Stock Up For Winter at HVPOM Mom2Mom Sale
Disclosure: The HVPOM Mom2Mom Sale has sponsored this post. All opinions belong to Ann Arbor with Kids
With fall and winter coming, many kids will need new wardrobes. With my daughter, I’ve noticed that she gets less use out of her clothes in fall and winter than summer clothes. Pants become too short more quickly than shorts. I have found that boots help hide pants that are a little short.
The Huron Valley Parents of Multiples (HVPOM) is hosting their semi-annual Mom 2 Mom sale on Saturday, October 8. HVPOM Members will be selling tons of great items including maternity gear, toys, baby gear, and clothes for kids from birth through size 12. The fall Mom2Mom sale is also a great place to look for a Halloween costume.
Great Deals at HVPOM Mom2Mom Sale
Parents of Multiples tend to collect fabulous doubles and triples of items. After their kids outgrow these items, they don’t have the space to keep all of these duplicate items. With this duplication of items, HVPOM members sell things at very reasonable prices. Some deals from recent sales are a bouncy seat for $4, a like-new papisan-style infant swing for $20, new with tags U-M running suit in size 2T for $3, or an oversized pair of Mickey and Minnie Mouse stuffed animals for $4.
Since many items are available in duplicate, the HVPOM Mom2Mom Sale is a great place to shop if you want to be able to have the same piece of baby gear or toy at a grandparent’s or baby-sitter’s house that you have at home.
HVPOM Mom2Mom Sale Format
The HVPOM Mom 2 Mom sale is easy to shop with it’s department store style format. A department store style sale is easy to shop since it is just like shopping at a department store with items on tables and arranged by category including clothing sorted by size and gender. HVPOM Members tag their items in advance of the sale with a description and a price, and they are strategically placed out by type. Clothing is easy to find since it is arranged on tables by size and gender.
Additionally, all items are marked at a set price and set on tables. There isn’t any bartering, which means you can check items out and walk away without guilt if the price isn’t right for your budget. You also don’t have to worry about whether you would be able to negotiate a better deal.
HVPOM Mom2Mom Bake Sale for Babies
Does shopping make you (or your child) hungry? Be sure to stop by the HVPOM Mom2Mom Bake Sale for Babies to benefit The ChadTough Foundation.
HVPOM Mom2Mom Sale Vendors
In addition to the Mom2Mom Sale and Bake Sale, several local vendors will be selling their products at the sale. The 2016 list hasn’t been announced yet, but past groups have included Scentsy, Thirty-On, Stella & Dot, and more.
HVPOM Mom2Mom Sale Details
The HVPOM Mom2Mom sale will be held at Woodland Meadows Elementary School (350 Woodland Dr, Saline) on Saturday, October 8. The HVPOM sale will be open from 9a-noon. Admission is $2 for adults. Children in strollers are welcome at the sale, but it may be hard to navigate the stroller at the start. The sale is cash only.
[tweetthis]The HVPOM Mom2Mom sale will be held at Saline’s Woodland Meadows Elementary School on Sat, Oct 8.[/tweetthis]
For the latest information on the HVPOM Mom2Mom Sale, be sure to follow the Facebook Page for the sale and join the Facebook Event. The night before they will post pictures from the sale to give you a shopping preview. They also usually give away free admission, so be sure to check their page and event over the next week.
Getting to Woodland Meadows School
Anyone who has driven in the Saline area is familiar with the US-12 construction project. But, there is also construction closures at the intersection of Textile and Ann Arbor-Saline Rd. Check the sale’s Facebook post for the best routes to take. If you’re coming from the north, follow the posted detour (Ann Arbor-Saline->Maple->Woodland). From the west, they suggest using Textile->Hereford->Weber->Ann Arbor-Saline.
For additional information on HVPOM, their Mom2Mom sale, or membership, please visit their website.
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