Come prepared! Bring enough bags to put the items in that you sell.
Come with plenty of change. It's your responsibility to have this for your customers. However, don't leave your money accessible to the general pubic. A cash box is a good idea!
Make sure that you get to the sale allowing plenty of time to set up your table in an organized manner.
You will be offered a lower price at one time or another. It is up to you if you want to bargain. You do not have to take anything less than you want, but remember that you are selling used items and will not get retail price for them. If you are not willing to barter on the price, post a sign that all prices are firm. On the other hand, if you are willing to barter, you may want to put a sign saying "no reasonable offers refused". It's all up to you!
Make sure that if you have items under the table that they are accessible and easy to see.
Making a sign to let the public know what size and gender of clothes you have will make things go more smoothly.
Make sure that your items are CLEAN. Do your best to get out stains. If there is a problem with an item you should make sure that is known. It is the responsibility of the buyer to check it out, but if you are up front and let them know, they will know that your table is a reputable one.
If you have a rack, make sure that it is secure if the items are pushed from one end of it to the other by buyers.
It is a good idea to have a helper at your table. You want to make sure that someone is at your table at all times, and you may need to take a quick break. It isn't the organizer's responsibility to watch your table. Also, if you get busy, it's nice to have extra helping hands.
If you rent a table and the sale is from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. you need to be there with your items until the end of the sale. NEVER start to pack up more than 15 minutes prior to the end of the sale. We advertised that the sale will be open during those hours, and customers will expect to be able to shop until the end.