Whale of A Sale Giveaway

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We are excited to partner up with Whale of a Sale to be giving away passes for the their consignment sale on May 2&3 at the at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Ag/Hort Building.

Why shop Whale of a Sale? You can get great deals on popular brands such as Gymboree, Gap, Ralph Lauren, Janie and Jack, Peg Perego, Graco, Fisher Price, Pottery Barn Kids and many more. Shoppers can expect to find upscale spring and summer clothing, toys, furniture, bedding, accessories, bikes, outdoor toys, maternity and a variety of area vendors.

And if you are interested in making a little extra money become a consignor.  You can easily sign up www.whale-sale.com. As a consignor, you price your items and drop them off in advance and there is no need not be present at the sale. You’ll receive 60 percent of your total sales and the opportunity to receive up to 75 percent by volunteering at the sale. And each consignor will receive two passes to shop the private pre-sale Wednesday,  April 30. The average consignor earns $378 and unsold clothing can be donated to charity partner Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County and Jordan’s Place for foster children.

Admission is FREE. (Fairgrounds parking is $5.) Public sale hours are Friday, May 2 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday, May 3 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Many items are half price on Saturday. Facebook/Twitter/Instagram fans of  Whale of a Sale may also shop early Thursday, May 1 from 2 – 8 p.m.

However, if you just don’t want to wait until May 2, you can purchase a ticket ($10) for the VIP pre-sale on Wednesday.  Visit http://www.whale-sale.com to buy your ticket and shop before the general public.

To win a set of passes to the presale for you and a friend enter below. Good Luck!
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We received two passes for personal use in exchange for hosting this giveaway. 

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