MARYVILLE, Mo. – A sweet little toddler’s pink polka-dot dress, a rambunctious six year old’s sturdy pair of Levi’s some clothes are just too nice to pack away or go to waste. A new business in Maryville embraces this idea. Once and Again Children’s Consignment is a seasonal consignment sale located in Maryville, Missouri. Owner Kristy Neth, a mother herself, knows the value in recycling gently used children’s clothing and items.

“We will be holding two large consignment sales each year, one in the spring and one in the fall.  Our first sale will be March 25-29, 2015,” Ms. Neth said, “these sales will give Maryville and surrounding communities a place to sell their gently used children’s items they no longer need and a place to shop for new items”.

Anyone may register to sell items, sellers pay a small registration fee and earn up to 70% of the selling price of their items. An online tagging system allows sellers to price and tag their own items. After registering, sellers enter their items online and print off the tags is creates for them. They attach the tags to their items and bring them to the sale.

Ms. Neth learned about Northwest Missouri Enterprise Facilitation from Leadership Maryville and from other business owners in the area that NWMEF assisted.

“NWMEF has helped to ease my mind through this process.  They have served as a sounding board to bounce ideas off of, and they have helped to answer any business related questions I have, ” said Ms. Neth, “NWMEF has been a great resource to get any of my business questions answered to make sure I am starting my business off with the right foundation for the future”.

Once and Again Children’s Consignment will be held March 25th through March 29th at The American Legion, 1104 East 5th Street, Maryville, MO for more information go to www.OAAConsignment.com.

NWMEF is an economic development project which serves six counties including Andrew, Atchison, Gentry, Holt, Nodaway and Worth. Services are offered free and are strictly confidential.

NWMEF is a not-for-profit organization. For more information about NWMEF, contact Keli Morris, facilitator, at (816) 262-9400 or facilitator@nwmef.com. The Resource Board is comprised of more than 60 volunteer board members from each county as well as regional representation.