Parents Plan to Cashout at Stockton’s First Community Kids Consignment Event

Children's consignment sale. A Stockton area community event where parents may sell everything kid related in a 4 day sale.

Stockton, CA, March 10, 2011 --( Trip on a toy lately? Closets bulging with kid’s clothes, puzzles and books? As budgets tighten, parents seek out new ways to increase their family income. Consignment sales centered around children’s used merchandise are growing in popularity. This April 7 to April 10, in downtown Stockton, Berry Sweet Kids Sale is hosting their first semi-annual children’s consignment sale.

Until now, parents in the Stockton area had to travel to the Bay Area or Sacramento to participate in a children’s consignment sale, or depend upon print/online classified –ads or garage sales to sell their children’s items. Now parents can downsize their children’s collection of clothes and toys in one weekend here in Stockton.

“At Berry Sweet Kids Sale, you can make money and clean out your kid’s stuff that is cluttering your home,” says Joanna Hurtt, founder of Berry Sweet Kids Sale. Parents are allowed to bring in everything kid related, from furniture to toys, clothes and baby gear, indoor/outdoor equipment, plus any maternity items.

Berry Sweet Kids Sale has partnered with St. Mary’s Interfaith Community Services, a non-profit organization assisting the homeless and working poor of Stockton. At the sale’s conclusion, parents may donate any items to this local charity.

According to their website, Berry Sweet Kids Sale was founded as a community event where parents can sell and buy used children’s items for a fraction of the original cost.


If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Joanna Hurtt, please call Joanna Hurtt at 209-451-9771 or email Joanna at, the sale is free to the public. Parents who participate as consignors will earn up back up to 80% of what they sell, however there is a $10 administrative cost.
Joanna Hurtt