RULES & REGULATIONS:
1. ENTERING CONSIGNMENT CLOTHING:
A. Only Weston residents may enter clothing for consignment. A “consignor number” will be issued the first time entries are made. Former residents of Weston still holding a consignor number may also enter clothing.
B. Eight (8) articles may be entered at one time.
C. Clothing must be CLEAN, PRESSED, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, and IN CURRENT STYLE, with all personal nametags removed. Owner should know garment size.
D. The consignor may request a specific sale price when the clothes are marked.
E. The Clothing Exchange reserves the right to refuse any articles.
F. The consignor must sign a Release Card. The Clothing Exchange will not be liable for any theft, loss, damage or destruction of any articles.
2. ENTERING CONSIGNMENT BOUTIQUE ITEMS:
A. A maximum of eight (8) items may be entered at one time. Items must be in good condition.
B. Boutique is looking for older jewelry and household collectibles.
C. Boutique will hold sales occasionally. All sales are final. No exchanges or returns on sold merchandise.
3. DONATING CLOTHING:
A. Items may be donated to the Exchange, following the consignment rules above.
B. Donors will receive a charitable gift receipt for their donations.
A. The Exchange reserves the right to adjust prices, periodically.
C. Final sales will occur after the Withdrawal Deadline. Consignors should remove clothing they do not wish to be discounted and sold, or contributed to charity.
A. Articles may be withdrawn by the scheduled withdrawal date. If not withdrawn, they become the property of the Exchange.
B. No articles under an original price of $15.00 in the Lady’s & Men’s Department ($8.00 children’s) may be withdrawn.
A. The Clothing Exchange retains 50% of the actual selling price.
B. Checks from sales of the preceding month will be available on the first Tuesday of the following month and every Tuesday thereafter.
C. Consignor must leave a Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope with the treasurer to receive a check by mail. Checks will be mailed at the end of each season.
D. In January, checks not collected or mailed from consignment sales become part of the Exchange’s proceeds.