Save Big on Kid’s Items at This Amazing Lubbock Shopping Event!
Just Between Friends of Lubbock is an organization that hosts two pop-up kid's consignment sales each year and one of them starts this Friday! Owner and Event Coordinator Kelsie Sanchez is thrilled for the public to come and check out all of the magnificent merchandise that they have to offer during this exclusive event.
"We have everything that you would need to raise a baby. We have strollers, car seats, play mats, and preemie clothes all the way up to size 18 in boys and girls. We also have teen and maternity clothing, shoes, bottles, diapers, toys, and everything else in between. Right now we have our fall and winter gear so you are also going to find boots, jackets, and costumes, all for a fraction of the retail price," Sanchez noted.
Additionally, Just Between Friends prides itself on the caliber of its products. "We have a very strict quality control here at JBF. I have a whole team who just does inspections. Specifically, with the clothing they look for any rips, tears, or stains -- any little thing that's just not right. We're very picky about what we take because we want the best for your kids and the best for our kids."
The doors will open to the public at 9 AM on Friday, September 16th and admission is $10. They will be open until 8 PM that day. Saturday, September 17th will be free to attend and the hours will also be from 9 AM to 8 PM. Finally, Sunday is half price shopping day from 8 AM to 3 PM with no admission fee required.
This amazing sale is a great opportunity for parents, relatives, and friends to stock up for Christmas, birthdays, and baby showers. However, it will only be going on for a limited time so make sure to head out the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center to snag some spectacular deals while they last!
Best of all, Sanchez notes that any items that are not purchased by the end of the event will not go to waste. "We donate all of our items to the Texas Girls and Boys Ranch. They are our new partner and we're very excited to work with them."