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The Garage Sale How-To Guide: Everything You Need To Know To Hold A Successful Garage Sale

The Garage Sale How-To Guide: Everything You Need To Know To Hold A Successful Garage Sale

by Cindy Sabulis




If you're holding a yard sale, moving sale, garage sale, or a tag sale for the first time or you've had sales in the past and they weren't profitable, "The Garage Sale How-To Guide" will help you make your next sale go from mediocre to magnificent. This guide offers tips and advice on efficient ways of gathering items to sell, how and where to promote and advertise your sale to bring in customers-including many online sites where you can advertise your sale for free, suggested prices for your garage sale merchandise, tips to make effective signs that bring people to your sale, tips for setting up appealing displays, suggestions for getting your sale noticed so people driving by stop, piggybacking other nearby events to capitalize on their crowds, a list of items you should have on hand during a sale, practical advice for security measures you should take during your sale, planning ahead to avoid last minute chaos, and many other topics to guide you through holding a successful sale that will help declutter your home and make money at the same time. The author is a writer and business owner with more than 35 years of experience running garage sales. In "The Garage Sale-How to Guide," Cindy Sabulis shares her marketing and selling expertise as a business owner along with her experience in running grand-scale garage sales to help others run their own successful garage sale.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781530067213
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/08/2016
Pages: 126
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.27(d)

About the Author

Cindy Sabulis is the owner of Toys of Another Time, a company specializing in vintage dolls and toys. In the 1980s and 1990s she worked as a freelance writer, publishing articles in numerous magazines and newspapers. Her published work eventually landed her a job as a contributing editor for a woman's publication. In 1997 she had her first book on doll collecting published, and in the years following she put out three more doll identification and price guides used extensively by collectors. Highly knowledgeable in the vintage doll field, she served as an adviser and contributor to collectible price guides such as Schroeders Collectible Toys, Flea Market Trader, and Garage Sale & Flea Market Annual.

Cindy's vintage collectibles business can be found at and her writing site is at

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