Mom and dad have probably been busy pulling all their fall and winter stuff out for the kids and finding it isn't going to fit this year! So what will you do with it?

Kelli Springer, District Manager for Stuff Etc. in Dubuque stopped by this morning to tell us about a few of the cool things currently happening in store.

Stuff Etc. is located on Holliday Drive in Dubuque, right off the Northwest Arterial, and is one of eight 'Stuff' stores in the state of Iowa. Stuff Etc. is a consignment store that sells a great selection of gently used items at affordable prices.

At the moment they're accepting fall and winter clothing, Halloween and Christmas decor and other household goods.

To consign you have to stop in-store and get signed up. There is a simple contract and the Stuff Etc. employees will answer any questions for you. You'll get a certain percentage of whatever your items sell for and there is a markdown system so after 60 days items do get marked down to 50% off. After 90 days the items get marked down to 80% off.

Marking down the items allows Stuff Etc. to sell them off, clearing the way for new items. Kelli said they stock about 1,000 items everyday, so there's always something new for their customers.

Right now you can find some great stuff for Halloween, winter boots, sweaters and coats. There's a lot of women's clothing and shoes, too!

The store hours are Monday through Saturday from 10am to 7pm and Sunday from 11am to 5pm. Consignment hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 7pm and furniture is accepted 7 days a week.

The Stuff Etc. Holiday Open House sale is coming up on Saturday, November 13th! It's their last big sale of the year featuring 20% off storewide!

Stuff Etc. has about 22 local employees, but they're looking to add to their crew, so if you're interested you can stop by or call the store for more information. They have a family atmosphere, flexible scheduling and a premium weekend pay!

Make sure you follow Stuff Etc. on FACEBOOK for their latest promotions, employment opportunities and new items being put out for sale!

~Chris Farber

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