Little Piggies Children's Consignment Celebrates 10 Years

Monday, February 25, 2013

Celebrating their 10th year in business and their 20th sale, Little Piggies Children’s Consignment will once again be back on Signal Mountain from March 5-9 at 2809 Taft Highway (Pinecrest Baptist Church).    

Their racks will be filled with spring and summer smocked dresses for Easter, john johns, skirts, shirts, and shorts for girls and boys from Mini Boden, Tea,  Beaux Et Belles, Matilda Jane, Gap, Hanna Andersson, Justice and more.  Teens will find items from Hollister, Forever 21, American Eagle and Abercrombie.  In addition to clothes, there will also be shoes, baby equipment, games, books, DVDs, furniture and more.

Little Piggies will be coordinating this sale with their adult women’s sale, the Stock Exchange. 

Little Piggies' owners Dominique Gable and Tanya Swann will be collecting gently used and new children's clothes and toys, as well as women's clothes, handbags and accessories.  

For more consigning and sale information on both Little Piggies Children’s Consignment and The Stock Exchange, visit their website at www.littlepiggiesconsignment.com.


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