SELL YOUR UNWANTED BABY ITEMS & GET CASH!!!
Are you left with a house full of unwanted baby items? Turn your baby items to cash!
If you are a parent wanting to relieve your house of your new or nearly new baby items, either reserve a stall and sell your own items, or set a price for your items & we will sell them for you. Baby Market by Mamalette is an event where mothers can buy & sell nearly new and new baby, children and maternity goods. We also welcome a balanced mix of hand picked mother/child related businesses.
If you would like to attend Baby Market please register here https://babymarket.eventbrite.com
If your kids are grown and you’re left with a wardrobe or closet full of unwanted items, contact us to take a stall or sell items for you. It's a great way for you to earn a bit of extra money and keep waste down. If you are a new or expectant parent, we can help you save thousands of Naira by offering nearly new items at a fraction of the cost! We all want the best for our children. But does that really mean buying brand new STUFF?? Or does it mean saving money for more important things?
Book your table now! https://goo.gl/15a6EJ call 08166218444, 08070433484 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
As a seller, Baby Market allows you to make some extra cash for you and your family whilst clearing out your house and storage cupboards. It’s also a great excuse for mums to come and mingle.
If you don’t want to sell but have items you would like to donate please let us know. We have partnered with Wecyclers.
If you don’t want to sell but have items you would like to donate please let us know. We have partnered with Wecyclers and would be picking up items from houses in the following parts of Lagos;
● Lekki Phase 1-Ajah
● Victoria Island/Oniru
● Ikeja GRA/Magodo
Our next Baby Market is on Saturday, June 18, 2016 by 10:00am – 3:00pm at Grace Schools Plot 241 Ajidagan Street, Gbagada Estate , Phase 1 Lagos.
Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/babymarketNG/
Posted by Sisi Yemmie at Tuesday, June 07, 2016