I am very passionate about the business because it gives a lot of people the opportunity to buy trendy fashions for a fraction of the retail price and others to get cash for their clothes.
Exton, PA (PRWEB) June 06, 2012
Plato’s Closet, an area favorite for teens and young adults, is relocating on June 6th to a new store. Shoppers will find the new store easy to find and twice as big, as they are relocating within the same Whiteland Towne Center. This consignment shop where teens and young adults can sell their own trendy gently used or new clothing and accessories gives teens a unique shopping experience and a fun alternative to dealing with the fast turnover in most closets these days.
“I have owned the store for almost 4 years. I am very passionate about the business because it gives a lot of people the opportunity to buy trendy fashions for a fraction of the retail price and others to get cash for their clothes. We have had an overwhelming amount of customers selling to us and buying from us and because we were busting at the seams, we had to move to a larger location. The staff as well as the customers are very excited about the move,” said owner, Carol Topolski about the relocation.
As part of the relocation celebration, there will be a progressive discount sale on selected items on June 9th. From 10 am to 2 pm 50% off, 2pm to 5 pm 60% off, and 5 pm to close 70% off.
Typically, after a sale like this, Plato’s Closet donates, up to several times a year, to a local non-profit, I Am My Brother’s Keeper, who is a community resource ministry standing in the gap for the local church. They are dedicated to providing relief to communities throughout the United States by helping through a variety of community programs, emergency shelters, congregate meal sites, residential treatment services, and children's programs.
At Plato's Closet Exton, their fashionista certified-buyers look for the hottest trends and styles geared towards teens and young-adults. They buy a wide variety of brands and buy all seasons every day for both girls and guys. They will also purchase current casual junior size apparel and accessories that have been in the stores within the past year and a half. If one’s items meet the style and condition requirements, they will be inputted into the computer system, establishing a price for that item based on its style, condition, and brand. Sellers are given cash on the spot for the items.
For more information on how to sell items or in general, please visit http://www.platosclosetexton.com or call (610)-524-6000.
About PLATO’S CLOSET
Plato’s Closet is a unique and exciting concept for teens and twenty somethings with a fast turnover in their own closet inventory! They differ from regular consignment because they give cash on the spot. If the item does not sell, it is on them. Through experience and continual training, their certified-buyers are knowledgeable on what does and does not sell in the store. Occasionally, the buyers will pass on all the items in a single buy. The goal is to educate their customers so they are knowledgeable about what they buy so it can be a positive experience for everyone involved.
The NALA (National Association of Local Advertisers), a small business association, is for local business owners offering new online advertising & marketing tools, great business benefits, education and money-saving programs, as well as a charity program.
Contact: PLATO’S CLOSET
213 W. Lincoln Highway
Exton, PA 19341