BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- People lined up outside a set of double doors, waiting for the clock to strike 10:00 a.m. on the final day of the Duck Duck Goose Children's Consignment sale.
Many parents expressed to the consignment workers how much they depended on getting the money from selling their children's old clothing at Duck Duck Goose, in order to turn around and spend it at the same consignment event for their little one's new wardrobe.
Business Owner Megan Bolz says she came to own Duck Duck Goose after first falling in love with it as a mom of four boys.
"Clothes especially and shoes especially, can be just so expensive new when kids don't really get to - you know, they grow out of them before they really wear them out, and so that was a really huge help for me and my husband."
Bolz went on to explain how the consignment sale doesn't only help parents, but other area businesses as well through partnerships.
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