Jul 17, 2014 11:13 AM by Monica Garcia
TUCSON - The way kids grow out of their clothes it's hard to imagine paying full price. One local mother is helping making it easy for parents to save, and the best part, it's just between friends.
According to the National Retail Federation, the average family will spend $700 on school supplies and clothing. Just Between Friends of Tucson is co-owned by local mom Shawna Wilfert. The consignment event will be held at Tucson Convention Center next Thursday.
It's not only a way for parents to buy discounted clothes but also sell them.
"We'll buy and sell any kid related item as long as it's in good condition. Things like clothes, shoes, backpacks, games, toys and infant equipment."
The event is open to the public and cost $2 to get in. For more information, click here.