Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Hannah’s Closet Spring Sale Slated For April 14-16 In Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG-Hannah’s Closet will host its spring children’s consignment sale April 14-16 at the Woodlands Conference Center, 159 Visitor Center Dr.


More than 35,000 quality children’s items will be available for purchase including clothing, shoes, toys, books, games, videos, children’s gear, seasonal items, and other merchandise. In addition, women’s clothing including maternity wear, shoes, and accessories as well as housewares will be available.


Hannah’s Closet was started in 2010 by two Williamsburg mothers. The business has grown from 35 consignors to more than 800.

“When we first started, my kids were small, and now they help run the registers,” said co-owner Robin Pardee. “It’s been so sweet watching the other families who’ve been a part of this grow up. I really enjoy meeting new families and bringing in new moms to help us out.”


For more information on the latest Hannah’s Closet sale including hours and how to consign, visit www.hannahscloset.com or email info@hannahscloset.com.

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