For July I have to say there are some really nice picks in today's newsletter. It helps that for me some of the winners are from the Carolinas. :) Enjoy clicking through these items that I spotted on eBay.
Vintage Scouting Memorabilia On eBay
The joys of having a small business. Yesterday I had a conversation with a neighboring business about sharing a dumpster rental. I'm still working on a few more pieces of the puzzle for my warehouse. Next on the list is getting a new sign to put up over the doors with my logo.
Some of these very same great OA pieces are hanging on the wall in my display frames. Today my mom is visiting for the first time since I moved in back in March. I gave her the tour this morning and now she is helping me inventory the store.
eBay store owners have about 2-weeks left to move things around and make changes. We all got 50k free listings some months ago but it's about to strike midnight for Cinderella. I'm using this time to move some items around and try to come into August better aligned. The goal is not to pay eBay so much in extra fees at the end of the month.
I will be going back out to the antique mall this week. The plan is to take my dad's old Lionel trains and make room in the display case to put them out for sale. Right now the case is full of Girl Scout dolls but I can move them to the shelf. I will try and include some pictures in the next issue.
Keep Calm And Scout On,
Jason Spangler Hot Finds Newsletter
In Charlotte, North Carolina I have an antique mall booth that is filled with nothing but Scouting stuff. I call this location my clearance center because I've marked down everything to move. A lot of what you will find there are items that are too bulky to easily ship from an Internet store. The booth is located in The Sleepy Poet which is a well established antique mall on South Blvd in Charlotte. The mall is open 7-days/week year round. So the next time you are in the area come check it out.