Could you use some extra cash flow? *raises hand*
Do you shop vintage? *raises hand higher*
Are you fashion-forward with clothes to spare? *raises hand hella high*
Crossroads Trading Company just blessed us, man. You know Crossroads, right? You know, the thrift shop that was cool enough to team up with us Bellwethers for the grand reopening of their Market Street location? Well, they just changed the game.
I imagine most of you have either sold or bought clothes at a thrift store so do me a favor and imagine the scenario: your paycheck is running a bit dry and early this morning you took way more time to put an outfit together than you’re ready to admit. “Hey,” fictional You says, “maybe I should put all of my extra clothes in a Hefty garbage bag and go from store to store, looking to make money off of things I don’t really wear anymore anyway!”
It’s a great plan and more often than not, works perfectly fine. Today though? Today you just don’t have the time or patience to sign in/grab a number/wait your turn/whatever else they want you to do.
Well, Crossroads is now giving you the option to sell your clothes by mail... (ellipses for dramatic effect). Think about it, that cuts out so much unnecessary human interaction!
Here is the LANK! (link) http://crossroadstrading.com/?sellbymail=1
And here’s how it works; you request a bag from the Crossroads website, fill it with cool clothes, send it back to your homies at Crossroads (at no cost to you). From there, you decide if you want the cash or store credit at any Crossroads location nationwide. It’s like absentee voting but you get paid instead of the politicians! Rejoice!