Trading in your closet cleanout at Buffalo Exchange is a great way to stay stylish and sustainable. Enjoy extra cash or put the trade towards your next thrift store haul at Buffalo just for selling your past fashion favorites.
Crossroads is your one-stop shop to sell, offering consignment on your high-end designer items, with payouts up to 70% in cash. If you have an item you would prefer to consign versus sell outright, just ask!
Bellingham is the latest in several Western Washington cities dedicated to the effort. Other cities that offer safe trade spaces include Sedro-Woolley, which started its program last year, and Seattle, which launches safe exchange spaces in 2015.
American thrift stores have been around for over a hundred years, with Goodwill and the Salvation Army opening their first stores at the turn of the last century. Secondhand shopping was particularly popular during the late '60s and early '70s, notes British cultural theorist Angela McRobbie in her book Postmodernism and Popular Culture, where she spends an entire chapter explaining how "ragmarkets" should be seriously considered when examining the counterculture era because "there is more to buying and selling subcultural style than the simple exchange of cash for goods."
Buyers at secondhand stores are given an extensive education in how and what it is they should look for in inventory. These aren't simple sales positions, but rather full-fledged fashion jobs (Broad City's Abbi and Ilana would surely agree). Buyers at Buffalo Exchange take turns producing trend reports every two weeks, detailing which items are selling well, both in secondhand stores and at full-priced retail shops. At monthly meetings, Goellner adds, buyers indicate which items are staying on the floor because "that is usually an indicator that a specific trend is slowing down."
"We mostly look for designer stuff because it sells really well. People are always looking for designer items while on a budget, which is what we're best at," she says. "But we do look for the occasional good piece from Banana and J.Crew."
Crossroads runs a much tighter ship when it comes to pricing. Its buyers break clothing into four categories: basics (items from brands like H&M and Forever) sell for $9.50 to $12.50, bread and butter (Topshop, Zara) sells for $16.50 to $25, bridge ("nicer pieces, maybe made of leather," Biddlecomb explains) sells for $32 to $37, and designer items sell for $47 to $65.
Another Castle is a locally owned video game store and coin-op arcade. We buy, sell, and trade video games, systems, and accessories. We also have classic arcade and pinball machines to play at most locations.
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Milford Auto Mall Sales And Service is a family owned business that is located in Bellingham Massachusetts. We take pride in buying and selling some of the most interesting vintage and specialty cars. Our service facility is equipped with some of the newest updated technology in order to work on any car at any time. A very well trusted local facility to serve you better.
Horseshoe Coins & Antiques810 Peace Portal Drive, Bellingham, WA360 332-1870 Fair Buyer of Coins, Currency, Historical and Advertising Antiques - (Blaine) Call or Stop by our Friendly Retail store, with Your Old Coin Collection, Old Paper Money - Currency, Bullion, Jewelry, Historical Advertising Antique, Collectibles, etc! See more of what I deal in below! We also do trades as we have a store full of great items that you might want to come up and see. We are in scenic downtown Blaine on the Harbor, good restaurants, bird watching, ride the Plover to Semiahmoo, (Summer Weeklends Only), go crabbing on the beautiful Blaine Harbor Pier, (During open days), and always fair prices paid for items your selling. Match or beat offers for any of the following! Old Coins, and Collections, U.S., Canadian and Foreign, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Palladium Bullion related, Scrap precious metals, Sterling Silver items, platters, cutlery sets, spoons, forks, teapots, coffee pots, art related and nick knacks. Obsolete US and Foreign Currency, Old Script, Notes, Obsolete Antique Stock Certificates, Antique Letter Heads and Envelopes, Postal used items, all types of Jewelry. Good For Merchant Trade Tokens, Advertising, Souvenir Medals, Award and Worlds Fair related, Obsolete Badges etc. House Calls made by special request for large collections and estates! References furnished upon request! Thanks for your time and have a great day! Look forward to meeting you! :O)
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BELLINGHAM, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Carvana (NYSE: CVNA), the leading e-commerce platform for buying and selling used cars, continues to expand into the Pacific Northwest, now offering as-soon-as-next-day touchless home delivery to Bellingham area residents. Customers can shop more than 30,000 used cars for sale, secure financing or use the car loan calculator, purchase, trade in, and schedule as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery in as little as five minutes. Customers can also sell their current vehicle to Carvana and receive a real offer just as quickly, even without purchasing a vehicle.
Customers can also trade in or sell a vehicle by simply entering their VIN or license plate number on Carvana.com, answering a few questions, and Carvana can pick the vehicle up and bring them a check, as soon as the next day.
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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee sits in front of a map of Washington state as he takes part in a discussion following a walking tour of Seattle's South Park neighborhood, Monday, Nov. 17, 2014. The stop was part of a study directed by Inslee to explore the possibilities of a carbon tax or a cap-and-trade program to limit heat-trapping greenhouse gases that are blamed for warming the planet. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
The United States balance of trade shifted from Europe to Asia in 1981 -- and now ports and shipping companies on both coasts are fighting for that burgeoning traffic. Commerce between the United States and Asian nations rose from $164 billion in 1984 to nearly $190 billion last year, topping European trade by $39 billion, according to the Security Pacific National Bank.
The Ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach have surpassed New York/New Jersey as national leaders in number of vessel arrivals (6,990 last year) and are America's largest handlers of containerized cargo. The Atlantic Coast still received a sizable share of Asian trade via the Panama Canal, however.
Double-stack railroad cars immediately piqued the interest of the Port of Seattle. ``We tried to sell the railroads on the new technology and when they weren't interested we said, `We'll do it ourselves,' '' says William Anschutz, public information officer at the port.
Until last year, Portland was the largest importer of foreign cars and remains in second place. As a shipping point for the world's largest grain producers, along with other farm products and lumber, Portland is one of the few US ports with a favorable balance of trade. Last year it generated $4.12 billion in exports, $3.63 billion in imports, an estimated $700 million in payrolls, and some 34,000 jobs.
Smaller harbors are increasingly reduced to the status of feeder or specialty ports as major shipping lines bypass them in favor of these centralized load centers. Typical is Bellingham, Wash., with just 34 full time-employees, which lost its aluminum trade to the container ship handlers.
Overall US Pacific trade has been increasing at an annual rate of 16 percent for the last five years. Even with extensive redevelopment, Long Beach and Los Angeles estimate they will be some 73 million tons short in handling cargo expected at their harbor by the year 2020. 781b155fdc