Read the blog from the owners of Rhea Lana's of Metro Detroit on what RL consignment events are really all about.
Check out this blog post by AR women bloggers on how Rhea Lana's brings moms together!
Natalie and Chris Nolen know how expensive it can be to buy clothing and necessities for a growing family. The Nolens are parents to six children — an 8-year-old, two 5-year-olds, a 3-year-old, a 2-year-old and a 1-year-old. (Midland Reporter-Telegram)
A children's consignment event is coming next month to Midland and right now they're looking for great items to include in the sale. Are you hoping to make some cash from the "gently" used children's clothes, toys, items you own? Here's your chance!
If you are a typical first-time parent, there’s a good chance you bought more baby clothes than you needed.
After all, no matter how much or how nice, the typical infant or toddler outgrows it — sometimes after a single wear.
Jerri Ann Lamb of Rhea Lana's of Lexington appears on NBC 18 in Lexington, KY, to talk about her fall/winter sale.
Lanterns and Christmas lights greet shoppers when the Rhea Lana’s children’s consignment sale event takes over the Overland Park International Trade Center.
Rhea Lana’s, the children’s clothing consignment sale, starts Sunday at the Conway Expo Center. This year the organizers have donated to the Mayflower and Vilonia communities and will provide a drop box for the United Way’s school supply collection event.
Ok, so here’s one thing about me…I. Hate. Shopping. Seriously. I hate it. I hate malls. I hate trying to figure out what I want. I hate lines. I hate spending money. EXCEPT when that shopping is for my son. (Single Mommy Warrior)
Could this winter possibly last any longer? There's only so many more times I can bust out the Play-Doh and watercolors before my girls look at me like I'm crazy. (This Beautiful Inheritance)
Rhea Lana Riner said about 1,100 consigners participated in the weekend event. The next local Rhea Lana event will be March 9-15 in Little Rock.
Rhea Lana's president Rhea Lana Riner explains why she is taking on the Department of Labor over using volunteers at her consignment store.
Conway’s Rhea Lana Riner, president of Rhea Lana’s, Inc. children consignment events, has been recognized by the Stevie Awards for Women in Business for defending her business model against government allegations of labor law violations.