Rethink Resale – Guadalupe Center Resale and Consignment Shop hosts Aug. 2 reception for local professionals

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Rethink Resale – Guadalupe Center Resale and Consignment Shop hosts Aug. 2 reception for local professionals

Realtors, Interior Designers, Stagers, Relocation Specialists & Community Members Invited to Preview Name Brand Furniture Inventory at a Reception Benefitting Immokalee Children

Resale shops are no longer just for the occasional shopping or donation experience, instead, they should be approached as a strategic partnership opportunity that results in a win-win for donors and shoppers. Guadalupe Resale and Consignment Shop invites the community to rediscover the way they shop resale by hosting a ‘Rethink Resale’ reception on Wednesday, Aug. 2, from 4-6 p.m. to benefit Guadalupe Center, a non-profit organization focused on breaking the cycle of poverty through education. The reception, sponsored by On The Move, will be held at Guadalupe Center’s Resale Shop located at 8100 Trail Blvd., Naples.

An ongoing collaboration with Guadalupe Resale and Consignment Shop can be beneficial for businesses and individual professionals within furniture- and home-related industries, and for those who frequently purchase or donate nearly new furniture, home goods, clothing and other items of value. By utilizing Guadalupe Resale and Consignment Shop’s selection of gently used furniture at great prices and free pickup services for name brand furniture, moving specialists at senior living communities can expedite the intake of new residents, realtors can stage a home nicely without breaking the bank, furniture retailers can clear out excess or unsellable merchandise, estate planning and settlement professionals can offer a meaningful solution to redirecting their clients’ belongings at various phases of life, and individuals can furnish their own homes for a nominal cost.

Local realtors, interior designers, stagers, relocation specialists, senior living move coordinators, moving companies, estate planners, retailers and members of the community are all invited to preview the Resale Shop’s variety of quality merchandise and meet staff. The reception will showcase an array of donated, brand name furniture, household items and designer clothing and jewelry available at great prices, and guests will learn more about the convenient donation process and the impact of all sale proceeds which fund the educational programs in Immokalee benefiting more than 1,100 students served by Guadalupe Center.

Those unable to attend the reception are still encouraged to support the resale shop’s efforts by donating nearly new items, or by shopping or volunteering at Guadalupe Resale and Consignment Shop in Naples. For additional opportunities to help Guadalupe Center, including making a monetary donation to support its mission, visit www.guadalupecenter.org. Donations may also be mailed to Guadalupe Center, 509 Hope Circle Immokalee, FL 34142.

About Guadalupe Center
Guadalupe Center is a purpose-driven, non-profit organization with proven results in creating endless possibilities for the students of Immokalee through education and fostering personal and academic success that leads to economic independence. With a focus on breaking the cycle of poverty through education, Guadalupe Center is proud of the children’s accomplishments: 94% exceed kindergarten readiness measures, 100% of Tutor Corps high school seniors graduate high school and are accepted into college, and more than 90% graduated with a post-secondary degree.

About Guadalupe Resale & Consignment Shop
Guadalupe Resale and Consignment Shop offers the community a win-win opportunity to donate name brand furniture, household items, clothing, accessories and more. A fast, friendly and free pick up service is provided for name brand furniture donations. For more information on Guadalupe Center’s programs, the Resale & Consignment Shop, or to learn more about how you can help, visit www.GuadalupeCenter.org.