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FutureStarrOnce upon a child
One day a child was sitting quietly by himself when a stranger came up to him and said, "Are you lost"? "Nope," the boy replied, "I was just sitting here because if I was lost, I'd be crying my eyes out instead of sitting by myself like this". "Really"? the stranger asked. "Then what are you doing"?This is a story of a child. It's a story the child might tell.Once upon a childOnce upon a child there was a child. And the child lived in an imaginary place called "nowhere". From nowhere the child had to go somewhere.
Did you know Once Upon A Child is the largest national franchise specializing in reselling gently used kids’ clothing, shoes, toys, and baby gear? They outnumber their closest franchise competitor 3 to 1! Most of their franchisees are moms or dads who were customers first and now have made a career bringing this unique retail experience to their community. Now, our friends can deliver your new & lightly-used articles directly to the consignment store, and let them know that you’re donating it to IVHCare (or InnerVisions HealthCare). Don’t forget your name, email, and phone number, and they’ll give us that information so we can add it as an in-kind donation to our system. It’ll save us a trip to the consignment store, and give you an opportunity to check out Once Upon a Child in case you need something for your friends & family!
Once Upon a Child stores buy and sell gently-used children’s apparel, shoes, books, baby equipment, furniture, and various other related items. The recycling concept provides families an affordable way to keep up with fast-growing kids, and the retailer pays cash on the spot for items brought to sell in the store. Stores ensure that all products purchased and sold meet mandatory and voluntary safety standards, and staff members stay up-to-date on current recalled items, immediately pulling all recalled products from shelves and making sure all items purchased are safety-checked to meet current standards. Brampton franchisee Tim Ryder, who’s 370 Main Street (Unit 122) store opened last week, explained how the store had a line-up at 7:00 am prior to opening — which isn’t unusual for such a store. The retail space was open to receive resale items for about 10 weeks prior to the retail grand opening, and customers had seen some hard-to-find items and wanted to get to them quickly. Mr. Ryder said that the store was jam-packed for several hours with shoppers making large purchases, with the afternoon remaining busy with promotions, entertainment and face painting for children. (Source:retail-insider.com)