DENVER, June 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Summer is the perfect season for garage sales, and with money so tight in a rough economy, we could all use the extra money. You want to make all that work worth your time, though, so how can you ensure that your garage sale is profitable enough not only to fill up your gas tank, but perhaps even to cover a mortgage payment … or two?
America’s leading collector and treasure hunter, Aaron LaPedis, can tell your audience the secrets that can transform an ordinary garage sale into a four-figure success. From when you should start advertising to the best colors for signs, he can share his years of expertise on how to put on the world’s greatest garage sale. He can even address how to handle “early birds” and effective ways to get more money for your items.
Invite this engaging and knowledgeable guest to answer:
- How can you arrange merchandise to bring in a better profit?
- What can keep customers shopping longer, especially on a hot day?
- Which items should you avoid selling?
- What is the one thing you should never, ever do at your garage sale?
- What can you do with any items that don’t sell?
CREDENTIALS: Aaron LaPedis is America’s top collector and treasure hunter, specializing in art and memorabilia. His international award-winning book, The Garage Sale Millionaire, delivers the insider tips on how to find and buy hidden gems and collectibles that will make you big money. For nearly a decade he hosted the top-rated PBS show in Denver called Collect This, which reached 1.5 million national viewers monthly. LaPedis has been featured by The Discovery Channel, Entrepreneur Magazine, and radio stations nationwide. He writes for The Denver Business Journal and has a monthly column in The Denver Post.
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