It’s simple: bring in your fall fashions (including boots and scarves!) for cash on the spot. Clothes Mentor Cincinnati explains more in this video featured on Fox19-Now:
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Discover what our Device Pitstop franchise is all about in this TV spot featuring Josh Powell of Lexington, KY.
Parents rejoice! Back-to-school shopping just got a whole lot easier (and less spendy) at Children’s Orchard.
Our Children’s Orchard franchisee in Manhattan Beach, CA has the answer in this clip featured on Fox-11 News.
Ready for a new phone? Get rid of your old devices and earn cash on the spot at Device Pitstop Overland Park!
It’s easy to save on back-to-school for your little ones when shopping resale. Children’s Orchard franchisee, Jade Moore, shares examples of savings at her store in Little Rock, AR.
Children’s Orchard franchisee, Margie Quinlan, reveals just how much customers can save on back-to-school clothing.
Cathy Ferrazzo, franchisee of Device Pitstop in Maplewood, MN, shares her four biggest tech tips in this clip featured on WCCO-4.
So “what makes a good franchisee” you ask? Watch this quick video featuring our VP of Franchising, Jim Wollman, and find out some of the key characteristics that NTY Franchise Company looks for when partnering with franchisees to grow one or more of our successful resale businesses. Video: What does it take to own an NTY Franchise? Do you have the skills and traits mentioned in this video? If so, you would make a fabulous franchisee with any of our five resale brands: Children’s Orchard, Clothes Mentor, Device Pitstop, New Uses and NTY Clothing Exchange! Still don’t know if you have…
Check out this great article from newburyport.macaronikid.com featuring Children’s Orchard Rowley. Children’s Orchard Rowley: Family-Owned by Three Generations of Women By Emily Cowan Thirty years ago, an Ipswich grandmother named Maureen started a local business she hoped would help her children and grandchildren – and it’s still going strong. We caught up with her daughter Steph Johnson and granddaughter Jamie, now owners and operators of Children’s Orchard Rowley, to find out more about the family business and how things have changed since Maureen opened that first store. Newburyport Macaroni Kid: How did your family get into the kids’ consignment business?…