Boy Scout Memorabilia in an Antique Mall Booth

I know a handful of Boy Scout memorabilia collectors that are using a unique strategy to sell stuff. They have rented booths in antique malls and set up a “brick and mortar” location. Now what makes these malls interesting is that for a small consignment fee they will sell your items for you and you don’t even need to be there. Think of it as an eBay store but with less work. Once you get things set up and running there is maintenance required to come in and straighten out the shelves and place new items. But with the bonus that many of these malls are open 7 days/week it’s not a bad selling strategy if you can make it work.

In my podcast called Scouting Hot Finds Radio I interviewed Todd Kelly who has been executing this strategy going on four years now. As I am also an antique booth renter we share our experiences and give advice for anybody considering this idea. You can listen below with the BlogTalkRadio player.

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