1 Yard Sale Across America Tag the Day for CdLS Guidelines for a Successful Yard Sale Organizing a yard sale requires some advance planning. Collecting unwanted items from your closets, attic, garage and basement that you have accumulated over the years takes time. Yard Sale Across America allows you the opportunity to eliminate items you no longer need. Get your neighbors, friends and relatives involved by donating items to your sale and volunteering their time to support a worthy cause that will benefit people with CdLS. Here are some tips to help make your sale a success. Getting Started Date, Time and Location: The CdLS Yard Sale Across America takes place on Saturday, June 4. While the official event date is June 4, you can host your tag sale anytime throughout the summer. Make sure that the date doesn t conflict with dates that compete for attendance such as holidays, special events, or the start of summer vacations. Pick a date one to two months in advance so you have enough time to prepare and notify the Foundation to include it on the Yard Sale Across America Web page. Here are some tips: Weekends are more successful than weekdays. The most popular day to hold a one-day sale is by far Saturday. Two-day sales are usually Saturday and Sunday. The obvious reason for the popularity of these dates is that most people don't have to work on the weekends. The more people that are available to come to your sale, the better your sales should be. A common time to start a sale is 9 AM. Be warned though, that whatever time you pick, people will show up one to one-and-a-half hours before your advertised start time. Start early since most sales end at 1PM or 2 PM. If the sale is held at your home, the best place to set up your sale is one that is easily seen from the closest road. The key here is to make it easy for your customers to see and get to your sale. If a friend or neighbor has volunteered their property, try to pick the home with the best visibility, size, access, parking, etc Rules and Regulations: Many people aren t aware of, and don t follow their local ordinances regarding yard sales. You may be required to have a permit. It s common for local laws to govern things like: Whether a yard sale permit is required. The number of sales permitted in a year. The size and number of signs you can put up. What you can put your sign on. When you can put your sign up. When you must take your sign down. It s your responsibility to find out and follow the rules pertaining to your local area for your sale. The Bigger the Better: Invite your friends, relatives and neighbors to participate by donating items to your sale or volunteering to help that day. More people means less work and more items mean more shoppers. Holding a multi-family yard sale can increase the number of visitors to your sale. Your customers will think more families = more selection = more bargains.
2 Collecting and Organizing Items: Just about anything and everything can be sold at a yard sale. The more items you offer at your yard sale, the more you are likely to sell. If you haven't used an item for over a year, you should consider it for the sale. Is it really worth the space it is taking up, or would you rather donate the sale proceeds to a worthy cause? Here are a few suggestions to make the selection process easier: Start early when it comes to collecting items for a yard sale. Take a box with you as you canvass your house, placing unwanted items in the box as you move from room to room. When the box is full, put it in a central point and pick up another empty box. Move to the next room and repeat the process. Repeat until you have gone through all rooms, closets, drawers, and cupboards. Then move on to the attic, basement, pantry, and shed. Don't forget the garage. The task seems overwhelming, but you can break it down into manageable parts. Keep a large box in your basement for yard sales items. When you come across an item you no longer need or want, throw it in the box. Price the items before they go in the box. Pricing your items will take longer than you think. Don't leave it until the last minute. If you do, you may be up very late the night before your sale! Separate like items into categories and place them in boxes. You may have many categories, (e.g. clothes; collectibles; crafts; furniture; kitchenware; linens; tools; toys; etc.). You may even separate an item by what you will charge for it, such as 25 cent items together. Appliances, furniture, toys, tools, dishware, and other such practical household items are popular. Include books and DVD s. Clothing does not usually have a high resale value, although kids' clothing is the exception. Arrange kids' clothing by size, and label each item. Clean everything. Nice looking items will turn more heads at your sale than dirty ones. Whenever possible, clean an item the best you can to increase the chance it will sell. If you are selling clothes, wash them before the sale. Wipe the dust off of items that have been in storage. It is amazing how much more money a shiny toy will bring than a dull, dingy one. If you have items that you do not think would sell, have a FREE BOX. You'd be surprised what people will take. Make sure your items are working. If not, label them as such. It s a good idea to have an electrical outlet or extension cord available so people can test if an item works. If you have the instructions, include them with the item. Pricing Items: A general guideline is to price items at 1/4 or 1/5 of the retail price. However, this is a VERY general guideline. You may be able to get more on some items and much less on others. Obviously, new items will bring more (especially if the price tag is still on it!). You'll want to consider the demand for the item you're pricing. When pricing, use quarter-dollar increments ($5.00, $2.50, $1.25). Making change will be much easier. Put prices on everything. Clearly mark every item with a legible price label that is included in your Yard Sale Across America kit. This saves you from inventing prices on the spot and answering questions about prices. Items that are pre-priced will help make more sales. Also, a good idea is to indicate the size of an item (shoes, dresses, clothing, etc.) on a label so customers don't have to fumble with tags. If you are not sure how to price your items, visit a local thrift store or other yard sales. Don't price your items too low initially because people will bargain with you.
3 Groups of similar items, like books or video cassettes, are an exception. It might be easier to price them in groups rather than mark each one. Items such as these are also great to offer a deal: e.g., 25 cents each or 5 for $1. Promote Your Sale Advertise in Local Newspapers: To make your yard sale a success, you have to let people know about it, bring them to your sale, and get them out of their cars. If you have a community paper that is delivered to every household in your area, advertise in the classified section. Otherwise, advertise in the newspaper read most often by people in your area. These can be expensive, but they can also pay off with more visitors to your sale. Classified deadlines are usually one week prior to publication. Check with your local papers. Your classified ad should appear in the Friday and Saturday editions. Include the date, time, address, and list some of the more desirable and unique items. If you don't want early birds, include that in your ad but expect them anyway. Advertising Samples: Sample Ad #1: Multi-family yard sale; antiques, clothes, collectibles, furniture, kitchenware, linens, paintings, tools, toys, much more, NO early birds. Friday/Saturday 9 AM to 2 PM, 129 First Street. (25 words) Sample Ad #2: Liquidation sale, 40 years accumulation; antiques, furniture, kitchenware, linens, records, tools, too much to mention. Friday only, 9:00-3:00,129 First Street. (21 words) Sample Ad #3: Yard Sale, multi- family, Sat. 8 AM - 1PM, toys, books, tools, exercise bike, maple bureau, decorative household items, kitchenware and more. 129 First Street. (24 words) Yard Sale Signage Many people fail to realize how critical their signs are to the success of their sale. Yardsaler s often drive around and follow signs to find the next yard sale in their area. These are your potential customers. They will pay you cash to carry away the stuff you don't want anymore. You want them to find you easily, so make sure your signs are legible and easy to follow. You must make the construction and strategic placement of your yard sale signs a top priority if you want a successful sale. Sign Materials: Select a material that will stand up to both wind and rain. One popular choice is poster board. It s stronger than paper sheets and comes in larger sizes, but still suffers from wind and rain damage. Corrugated cardboard offers more wind resistance than paper and poster board do, but can still get mushy in the rain. The best sign material is corrugated plastic sheet. It has very good wind resistance, but it can be costly. Size and Quantity: The size of your sign is one important factor in making sure that it s readable from a passing car. Signs should be at least 11" x 17", and larger is better. Contact your local authorities to find out if they have restrictions on the maximum size that your yard sale sign can be. Many do. Many jurisdictions allow signs that have an area of up to 4 square feet (18" x 24" signs are 3 square feet), but you need to confirm this for your area. Sign Wording and Content: Keep in mind that your sign has just a couple of seconds to communicate to someone driving by in the car. Make sure the letters are THICK. This means you should limit the information on your sign to three key pieces of information: WHAT - YARD SALE WHEN - SAT 8AM - 2PM, TODAY 9AM - 5PM WHERE 20 Knob Hill Road
4 The most important thing to communicate is WHAT you are having (Yard Sale) in your sign title. This should be placed at the top of your sign in the largest letters possible without crowding out the other two key pieces of information. Make your letters thick enough, too. The next thing to put on your sign is WHEN your sale is. These letters can be a little smaller in size than the sign title. Don't put the actual date of your sale (i.e. 6/7/09 or similar) on your sign so that you can reuse it at your next sale (or if you get rained out). Use three letter abbreviations ("SAT", "SUN", etc.) for the day(s) of your sale and set your starting and stopping times at the o clock (use 8AM, 9AM, etc., not 8:30AM, 9:45AM, etc.) to minimize how much information drivers have to process as they drive by. If you have a multi-day sale, try to set the starting and stopping times the same for each day. This way, you can put "SAT - SUN 9AM - 2PM" on your sign which has less detail to remember than "SAT 8AM - 2PM, SUN 10AM - 4PM" does. If you are unsure as to what time to end your sale, just put a question mark "?" as the stopping time for your sale like "SAT 8AM -?. Finally, put WHERE your sale will be held towards the bottom of your sign. When having a yard sale, use your street name (and possibly your house number). Also, don't forget to put directional arrows on your sign. Make them stand out from the rest of the information by making them a different color (RED catches the eye's attention well). Make sure you leave enough space on the bottom of your sign to adhere a Yard Sale Across America label (4 x 4 ) provided in your kit. Mounting your Signs: Mount your signs to something sturdy that won't bend over in the wind. Also, resist the urge to tie balloons to your signs. It will make them hard to read. Check your local rules, as some areas may even ban the use of balloons on signs. You can use a wooden stake. Make sure that you don't use the stakes that have major knot holes in them. When you pound a stake into the ground, a significant amount of force is applied that can snap the stake in half if it has a large knot in it. Screw your sign to the stake using multiple stainless steel screws. Placement: Once again, your local authorities may have restrictions regarding where you can put your signs, the quantity that you can display, and when you can put them up and have to take them down. Don't put a sign on anyone's personal property without getting their permission first. Sit down and make a map of your immediate local area. Note nearby high-traffic intersections, local intersections leading to your sale, as well as a few key high traffic intersections a little further out with dots. Don't forget to plan for periodic signs with arrows pointing up (to keep drivers going straight) for long stretches of road where drivers may be tempted to think that they missed a turn somewhere. Think about which direction the arrows on each sign need to point and write down "Left", "Right", or "Straight" next to each dot on your map. (Hang on to this map until after your sale. It will come in handy when you need to take all your signs down.) Make a tally of each arrow direction needed and place or draw the arrows on your signs as appropriate. Remember: Signs leading to your sale on the local streets are a must. Always include the date, time, and address on the signs. Set your single-sided signs 5 to 10 feet before an intersection so your visitors can slow down or change lanes as necessary in order to safely make the turn. Each four-way intersection will require at least 3 signs to effectively divert its traffic to your sale. You should have enough signs to place at the intersection closest to your house, in front of your house, and on the main streets near your house. Now, go out and place your signs - or better yet - delegate this to other people. Takedown: You may be required to take your signs down immediately after your sale. Check with your local authorities to find about any sign takedown restrictions they may have. Give a copy of your sign map that you created in the previous section to each person responsible for taking down your signs. Have them go out and collect EVERY sign that was placed for your sale. If the signs are still in good condition and the information on them is generic enough, you may be able to use them for your next sale.
5 Display Your Stuff Ensuring your merchandise looks its best largely impacts the success of your yard sale. An organized yard sale is more appealing and makes it easier for shoppers to see what you have for sale. Placing like-items together (categorizing) is a good technique and shows you put forth some effort and thought into your sale. As your sale progresses and more space become available, you will need to re-group and re-organize your items. This can be done periodically throughout the day. Relocate: Periodically during your sale move items that haven't sold to another table or re-locate them on the same table. You will be surprised at how something sells once it is moved. Wait for slack time, when you are not busy, to do this rearranging. Reorganize: As items sell, and time allows, you should clean up your tables by rearranging and reorganizing your items. You will find you have many empty spaces on your tables, clothes become mixed up and unfolded, items are moved from table to table, and categories become intertwined. You will need to rearrange your items to fill those gaps, refold and reorganize clothing, put your like items back together, etc. You will need plenty of surfaces to organize and display your items neatly. Also, be sure to include an information table to raise awareness of CdLS. Below are some ideas to help you maximize your space and find usable display surfaces in and around your house. Plywood: Turn a sheet of plywood into a functional table by propping it up on saw horses, blocks, or trashcans. For safety purposes, be sure they are sturdy and well anchored. An old unused door propped up on sawhorses, blocks, or two trashcans becomes an instant table. Folding/Card Tables: These are great space savers that can be folded away once the items are sold and cleared off. Picnic Table and Benches: Drag that picnic table off your patio and put it to use. Clothes Rack: Hang clothes, curtains, shades, etc. Blanket or Tarp: Neatly spread a solid colored blanket on the ground to display items. Make sure it s plain so you don't detract from or camouflage your items. Supplies Preparation is key to a successful and lucrative yard sale. Below is a list of inexpensive or free items, and some free ones, that you will need to gather before your sale. Some of the items are optional, but others are a MUST. 3x5 Cards: Small labels just won't do for marking cloth items like draperies, sheets, and tablecloths or bigger things like a bicycle, bookcase, or piano. A 3x5 card lets you add additional information (e.g., size, model, age, details, etc.). Bags (paper or plastic): To bag your buyers' bargains. Boxes: For gathering, segregating, and storing items prior to the sale. You can also use them for packing up buyers' multiple purchases. Calculator: You may need to do a little addition when an individual purchases multiple items. Cash Box/Money Apron: Perfect for storing and safe keeping your sale money. You can also wear a money apron or fanny-pack that stays with you at all times. It also signals the shopper who to pay! CdLS Yard Sale Across America labels: To adhere to your yard sale signs. CdLS Information Sheets and Brochures: To raise awareness of the syndrome. Extension Cord: To plug in electrical items to show buyers they work. Hammer/Nails: For hanging your sale signs.
6 Labels and Tags: For pricing your merchandise the Yard Sale Across America kit contains pre-priced (peel-and-stick) price labels to save hours of your time. You can also use masking tape, tie on tags, etc. Masking Tape: Smaller like-items can be bundled together using rubber bands or masking tape before placing in their box (i.e. silverware, kitchen utensils, and computer disks). Masking tape can also be used to make price tags. Newspapers: To wrap fragile items. Pen or Marker: For writing on your labels and 3x5 cards. A black felt pen doesn t run or smear and is easy to read. Permit: Verify if your city requires a permit to hold a yard sale because many cities do. The City Clerk s office should have the required forms needed to get you started. If required, a permit costs very little and is usually good for 2 to 3 days. The permit lays out the ground rules of what is allowed and what isn't. It could save you a fine that would eat into your profits! Poster Board: To make signs for your items that you are grouping together such as books or DVDs. You can easily make 2 to 4 signs out of one piece (depending on sign size) and it s relatively inexpensive. Stapler/Staples: To mount your signs. Tables (don't forget the cashier): You will need surfaces to display your items on. Card tables, benches, cabinets, folding tables, existing walls, picnic tables, and porches, are good candidates. Tablet: To record your sales. Tape Measure: For measuring furniture, curtain lengths, etc. This information should already be recorded on your 3x5 labeling card. Plastic Baggies: Game pieces, small toys, and like-items that you are selling as a lot can be kept together and viewed easily through the clear bag. Getting Change One thing that can be easily overlooked while preparing for a yard sale is to make sure you have enough change to give your customers. It's frustrating (and costly) to lose a sale just because you can't break your potential customer's $50 bill. Here is a suggested breakdown: $20 bills - 2 $10 bills - 2 $5 bills - 3 $1 bills - 10 Quarters - 10 Dimes - 10 Nickels - 10 Pennies - 50 You can eliminate the use of the smaller coins if you price your items so that they only end in.25,.50,.75, and.00. Providing Refreshments It s a nice touch to have cold beverages (bottled water, soda, lemonade) available for your customers. Chances are, they have been out in the heat that morning looking at other sales and could use a cold drink. If you are a member of one of a club warehouses, like Costco or, BJs, you can pick up a case (24 to 36 cans) of soda for about 25 to 30 cents per can. Also, grocery stores sometimes run specials on half-cases for about the same price range. Put the beverages in a cooler full of ice about an hour before your sale. You should be able to sell them for 75 cents to one dollar each and add to your bottom line.
7 Preparing For Early Birds No matter what time you have clearly published that your yard sale begins, there will usually be someone at your door an hour or two before that time. This person is called an early bird (from the phrase The early bird catches the worm ). An early bird is trying to get the advantage over others by seeing your stuff before the general public does. This way, if you have a hot item, they can have the first chance to buy it. On one hand, early birds can be helpful since they can give you your first sales of the day. On the other hand, if you let them browse during the time you need to be setting up, they can distract from you getting things done. You can deter early birds from coming by putting No Early Birds in your advertisements. If one does show up, and you feel like they would distract you from critical preparations, just politely tell them that out of fairness to those coming at the advertised time, you will not be selling until then. After the Sale Smile! You cleaned out your household and unwanted items, raised money for the CdLS Foundation, and made someone else s day. Once your sale is over, it s a courtesy to all your neighbors to promptly clean up. Segregate leftover items into keep, give-a-way, or toss boxes. Repack and store unsold items you want to keep for future sales. Label the box yard sale items. Donate unwanted items to charity. Be sure to get a receipt, as it s a good and legal tax deduction for you. Throw away items that have no further use. Take down tables; stack, store or return if borrowed. Take down your fliers, banners and signs. Store for future use if they are in good shape. Recycle leftover boxes and packing materials. Tally your money (be sure to subtract your starting cash). To send your proceeds to the CdLS Foundation, cash should be converted to a money order or personal check made out to the CdLS Foundation and mailed to: The CdLS Foundation Yard Sale Across America 302 West Main Street, #100 Avon, CT Thank you!
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Before you move Utilities Your gas, electric, water and telephone companies will all need to be informed of your move. It is a good idea to inform them of your removal day at least a week prior. They will
Murano Street Student Village Residence Moving Out Guide MURANO STREET STUDENT VILLAGE CENTRAL SERVICES BUILDING OFFICE/RECEPTION 13 CAITHNESS STREET GLASGOW G20 7ST TEL: 0141 945 5976 INTERNAL EXTENSION:
WAUSAU SKI SWAP FAQs September 2015 We are happy you have decided to join us! This event has been proven to be the best run and most power-packed ski swaps in Wisconsin! The Wausau Nordic Club, Inc. and
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Social Studies Activities for your Preschooler Presentation courtesy of WCESC Preschool Community Include toys related to methods of transportation into play. Discuss the need to transport goods and people.
Frederick County Parents of Multiples (FCPOM) 2015 FALL Consignment Sale Guidelines ALL SELLERS MUST READ AND AGREE TO THE GUIDELINES. If you have questions, please contact Michelle Bender (email@example.com).
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Recycling Plastic in Western Massachusetts Which Plastics are Recyclable? Why? Recycling plastics can be confusing. The chasing arrows (or triangle) with a number in the center is a code that identifies
Mooresville Arts Third Annual Give the Gift of Art Holiday Sale Prospectus This November and December, Mooresville Arts Gift Shop will hold its third annual Give the Gift of Art Holiday Sale. We are excited