Just three weeks from today, the our dedicated crew of volunteer workers will be reaping the benefits of their labor and shopping EARLY at the Elizabethtown sale. Will you be among them?
Sign up now using the “register/log-in” link. If you don’t have an account with MyConsignment Manager, you’ll need to create one, then register for the Fall 2010 sale. If you are not selling with us, choose the “register me as a volunteer only” option. Once you get to the Seller Home Page, choose the “volunteer” tab to see all the available shifts.
Volunteer workers are also invited back on Friday, September 17 at 6 PM to shop early for half-price items.
We have many different four hour shifts available all during the week of the sale, September 12-19. Volunteer workers help us set up the sale, check-in items, check-out customers, organize the sales floor, and tear down once it’s all over. We have tasks that can be done while seated on certain shifts, so even those who need to stay off their feet can help.
You do not have to be a seller in order to work at the sale and shop early. We have several grandmothers, fathers, and moms who just aren’t ready to sell yet who work during sale week.
Single shift – Work ONE shift (four hours) to receive a tote bag and shop the single shift workers presale at 3 PM on Wednesday, September 15.
Double shift – Work TWO shifts (eight hours) to receive a tote bag and shop EVEN EARLIER at the double shift workers presale at 2 PM on Wednesday, September 15. Sellers who work two shifts will earn 75% for their items.
Triple shift – Work THREE shifts (twelve hours) to receive a tote bag and shop EVEN EARLIER at the triple shift workers presale at 1 PM on Wednesday, September 15. Sellers who work three shifts will earn 75% for their items and have their $10 seller’s fee refunded.
Only one shopper per pass may attend the presale. We are unable to provide childcare during your volunteer shift. Please do not bring your children to your shift as you will not be able to supervise them properly. Many of our volunteer workers team up to work different shifts and take turns providing childcare for each other.