Community Events

Just Between Friends Kids and Maternity Consignment Sales Event

WHERE
Kitsap County Fairgrounds, Van Zee Building, 1200 W Fairgrounds Blvd, Bremerton
WHEN
Friday, April 19, 2013 to Sunday, April 21, 2013
TIME
See Description

Mark your calendar!

 These are not retail stores but rather savings extravaganzas—shopping events that began in 2012 and happen a few times a year in Kitsap County.   At these events, consignors bring their new and gently-used children's and maternity items to sell. Shoppers can then browse and purchase these items at great savings, usually far below retail prices—often 50-90% off! Just Between Friends hosts these events in clean, well-organized venues where shoppers can find all they need for their family at substantial savings--usually 50 to 90% off retail prices!

 Merchandise is inspected to insure only high quality items will be sold. At a typical Just Between Friends event, you can find clothing, toys, baby equipment, strollers, high chairs, cribs, joggers, nursery gear, maternity wear, baby carriers, play yards, play sets, coats, shoes...well, you can see the list of items just goes on and on! And so do the savings!

 Sales Event

Friday, April 19 - Sunday, April 21

Kitsap County Fairgrounds - Van Zee Building Friday - 12noon - 8pm open to the Public, $2 admission for 18years and older Saturday - 9am - 5pm  open to the Public , $2 admission Sunday - 9am - 3pm (most items 50% off)  open to the Public , free admission

 Presale for pre-registered Teachers, Military, First Time Parents and Grandparents, Foster Parents.  Find out more details by visiting www.jbfsale.com/Bremerton

 More information:

www.jbfsale.com/bremerton

 Like us on Facebook:  Just Between Friends Bremerton

 Web Site: http://www.jbfsale.com/bremerton

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