Mothertime Marketplace is proud to announce their semi-annual children’s consignment holiday sale that will take place on November 7, 8 and 9th at the training center on the Niagara County Fairgrounds. Hours are 10am-6pm November 7, 10am-3pm November 8 and 9am-1pm on November 9. There will be over 25,000 square feet of bargains available. The seasonal children’s consignment sale will feature a vast array of clothing items and styles, and on Sunday, shoppers will enjoy a 50% off sale on select merchandise. This sale will be the largest consignment sale in Buffalo, New York, and it will give people an opportunity to sell unused items, while shoppers can enjoy low prices on quality products.

The average Mothertime Marketplace consignor earns $500. Local families are invited to register as consignors for the event at and are encouraged to sell absolutely any applicable items they do not have a use for. Items will be displayed to thousands of customers, and consignors will be paid in full within two weeks of the event. The sale will feature outdoor playground equipment, brand name children’s clothing from sizes newborn to 12 youth, high chairs, bouncy seats, bath supplies, shoes, books, holiday décor and more. All items will be available at 50%-90% below retail. This consignment sale is the first for Mothertime Marketplace in the Lockport area, but sales at other locations have been successful for the parties involved.

Mothertime Marketplace has been in operation for over eight years in the Hamburg Area, and they anticipate having consignors and shoppers from all over the WNY area. Owned and operated by Jessi Boardman and Jennifer Ford Berry in the winter of 2006, the business has grown significantly and currently has over 300 consignors and over 3,000 shoppers. The co-founders are dedicated to providing customers with quality items and are looking forward to the consignment sale event. According to the owners of the sale, “We are very excited to be expanding our sale in other areas of WNY.  We want to help local families make money and save money around the holidays.”


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