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The Here We Grow Again consignment sale isn’t just a business, it’s a service, says co-owner Katie Awwad.

She started this sale 10 years ago to help people sell things that their kids no longer use or fit, to help people find great deals on everything kid-related and to help support local families.

Awwad joined us on Friday to share what people can expect at the sale and the top five things she’s learned in the last 10 years since starting it.

This year’s sale will be held from Wednesday, March 16 to Sunday, March 19 at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds located at 1900 E. Main Danville, IN 46122.

You can also find our own “Life.Style.Live!” host Amber Hankins there on Tuesday, March 15 from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

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Here We Grow Again is coming up and moms are gettting pumped about the bargains, the hunt of a item and savings, but there is more to a consignment sale than just a good deal. Katie Awwad from the Here We Grow Again Consignment Sale joined us today to explain what exactly that means.

The sale is happening from October 6 – 9 at the Hendricks County fairgrounds.

What to expect for this 18th sale of HWGA Indy West:

One thing you can expect there that you can’t shop for is the feel of community and support from other parents

Moms and dads around the county can’t wait to come help to be a part of something encouraging. It’s more than a sale but almost like a support group for families.

During this sale, we have tried to reach out to moms that have new talents, businesses and hobbies. We have such a good base to really help showcase these moms, so we have asked some
moms to come showcase their items! This includes Indy Style’s own, Amber Hankins, who will be there Saturday, Oct. 9th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Take a look at these comments from people who have had positive experiences at the sale:

“Having an entire community that will help you find unicorn items to surprise your child with is heartwarming. Paying less than retail is just a bonus!”

“It’s coming home. Not divided, we are coming together for a single purpose. We are parents looking to do the best we can for our kiddos. And to support others in the same, lifting each other up. It’s busy and hectic, but peaceful all at once. The drama and negativity of the outside world just doesn’t make it in.”

“That when life punches you in the gut, the same mommas that you stage the floor or run registers with show up with an abundance of love, food, and encouragement to help get you through.”

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