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The Half Moon Bay Community Association has advertised our sale through large signs and advertising online and in newspapers this week.
We recommend posting your own signs in your immediate area to help direct shoppers to your street.
A map of our community displaying the majority of registered homes will be distributed for you to hand out to shoppers. Help your neighbours out by letting shoppers know that the entire community is open for business!
Price your items
Some shoppers may not ask for prices and walk away instead.
Organize and arrange your items
Organization will make it easier for shoppers to quickly see your items for sale and find that treasure they're looking for.
Be prepared to negotiate
Everyone likes a deal, so be prepared to have some friendly negotiation.
A great tactic to use is bundling. Offer deals to shoppers who are buying multiple items. Everyone wins!
Donate your leftover items
June 7th & 8th is Giveaway Weekend in the City of Ottawa! If you have leftover items that you can't keep for another sale, consider leaving them at the end of your driveway with a "FREE" sign on them.
There are many organizations and businesses in Ottawa who accept donations of many goods. It's a great chance to help out some charities and keep things out of the garbage at the same time.
Items you may not be allowed to sell
It's important to know that there are some items that are illegal to re-sell in Canada. Health Canada has a number of online resources to help guide people when deciding what to buy or sell during these events. It is important to note that everyone holding a garage sale is legally responsible to ensure that products being sold meet current safety standards.
The deadline to get your garage sale on the printed map for the 2014 HMBCA Community Garage Sale is June 2nd at midnight! Your address will appear on a printed map and list that will be handed out to eager shoppers at the Garage Sale this Saturday.
You can still register your garage sale after tonight, but it will only appear on the Garage Sale web page.
This year’s edition of the HMBCA Community Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, June 7th, from 8am to 12pm! This is your chance to get rid of those unwanted items you’ve dug up during spring cleaning and put a little extra cash in your pocket.
How does it work?
As a member of HMBCA you can host a garage sale at your home and register it below.
Why register for the community garage sale?
The HMBCA takes care of all the advertising to make sure that the entire city knows we’re open for business! You can also opt-in to listing your garage sale on our public garage sale web page and on a printed list on the day of the sale. The more homes that register and hold a garage sale, the more shoppers that we can attract!
The rain date for the sale is Saturday, June 14th.