JBF Western Gloucester County
If you are consigning over 300 items and not donating all of the unsold items you are considered a Power Consignor and that's amazing! Thank you so much for trusting your items to JBF WGC!
We have also noticed that our Power Consignors take up a significant amount of rack and floor space. This creates a problem
for our customers as our racks, tables and floor can be packed beyond capacity, making shopping difficult and frustrating. This also creates more work for our consignors and volunteers working to keep the sale organized during the event. More importantly, at the end of the sale the final step to a successful event is a smooth breakdown/sort. We must achieve this not only with time constrictions, but we must also do this accurately, meaning all items are returned to their respective owners. The fallout of not doing this can be significant, hurting our consignors and damaging our future sales events.
Therefore, if you are consigning over 300 items and not donating all of them after the sale, we ask that you volunteer for 2 hours during our busiest times (We try to be flexable and give you a variety of shifts to choose from but let us know if you need a different time:)
Please do not sign up here for more than 1 shift here.
This will not count towards volunteer credit - This is separate!!
Please sign up for only 1 shift!! If you want credit, please log into your JBF account and select a shift.
If you are unable to volunteer at all, that's okay. Just tag less than 300 items or you can
purchase a breakdown person in your place for $12.50 per hour. Please note that if you bring 300 or more items, you will need to sign up for a shift or we will take $25 out of your final check.
|| Jennifer Grant