Power To Save: Consignment Boutique Saves Money and Helps Environment

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EXETER --- It's back to school time, and that means back to school shopping.

Newswatch 16's Sofia Ojeda takes us to a boutique in Luzerne County, that specializes in children's consignment.

Here in Exeter, customers flock to this boutique to find some very neat items all for a great deal.

The owner tells us Lolliposh gets hundreds of consignors each season.

Consignment means to give your items to someone else to sell. But you keep ownership until the items are sold.

The owner, chastity Krakosky said some local crafters will take these second hand items and add some flare and twist to make them a little more stylish.
Krakosky said the process of up-cycling and re-cycling helps to reuse thousands of items and operations like this one will help out the environment and help cut down on lots things that could potentially end up in landfills.

Lolliposh, recognized as best consignment shop by several organizations, is opened Tuesday through Saturday beginning at 10 a.m.