Discover the Secrets to Opening Your Own Successful Consignment Shop
L.J. Stone Publishing's How to Open a Consignment Shop: A Complete & Candid Guide
One of the Internet's Best-Selling Books on Consignment!
Low Risk, High-Profit Potential Business
A consignment shop is a low-risk, high-profit-potential business you can begin with inventory furnished FREE! If you are presently unhappy in your current career, if you're tired of making other people wealthy, or if you've just always wanted your own business, this could be one of the most risk-free and easiest ways to begin your own business. With careful planning and organization, some basic sales ability, and the desire to succeed, you can start this business in no time. With the help and guidance from someone who has been in the business, you can be up and operating and generating profits from your first day! Our free report will give you details.
Best Retail Business
Why is a resale consignment service one of the best retail businesses to start? The number one reason is that inventory is furnished free -- name-brand men, women's and children's clothing, furniture, designer bridal dresses, wedding gowns. Your money is not tied up in merchandise that may not sell, and your financial risk is zero for your merchandise. You can be selective and just about always have the right merchandise at the right time during all seasons. You're in total control!
Secrets to Success of Consignment & Resale Businesses:
How to price items.
How to attract customers.
How to attract consignors.
How much income to expect.
Pitfalls and hazards to avoid.
What equipment is needed and where to find it.
Recommendations for consignment and resale software.
Testimonials from successful consignment shop owners.
Easy step-by-step instructions for assuring success.
"I have read your book over and over. I have taken all your advice. I love the book! I can't begin to tell you how much it has helped me. I would never have pulled this off if not for the manual" - Jeanine M.
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