{Sponsored Post} Stuff Etc.

stufflogoWhy Resale?

Besides going green or being earth friendly, resale is a great way to save $$ on great brands and products that you use in your everyday life. Not only can you save your budget but you can increase your budget by selling your gently used items once you’re done with them.

Stuff Etc will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year and that is our whole   philosophy. We are a consignment service operation that is dedicated to providing consignors the best return on their merchandise, while providing buyers with quality, low cost shopping. Considering both the consignors and buyers as our customers, everything we do at Stuff Etc is focused on complete customer satisfaction.

How to Consign:

Never consigned before? It’s not hard at all. We offer a variety of ways you can bring in your gently used items:

  1. Schedule an appointment with us and bring in 2 totes of merchandise
  2. Drop off 5 items anytime without an appointment Monday – Saturday
  3. Use a Stuff Etc recycle bag Monday – Saturday without an appointment
  4. Drop off furniture any day of the week with no appointment needed
  5. We can come get your items (fees apply)

stufftruckGive us a try! One lucky blog reader will win a free House Call. (Valued at $100)

Visit our website for more details. www.shopstuffetc.com

Don’t forget about the great merchandise already in our stores. We offer everything under one roof!! Name brands, home goods, clothing, accessories, toys, sports, media, and electronics. We have it all!! Not only do we offer prices a 1/3 of retail cost but we have 5 major sales every year.

Mark these dates on your calendar!


January 17th & 18th!



February 16th-18th



                        July 18th & 19th


Sara and her husband Matt (sweethearts since they were just 16) got married in 2007, and since then have welcomed four beautiful children (Sam in 2008, Cooper in 2010, Nora in 2012, and Adam James in December 2015). A born-and-raised Iowan, Sara received both her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees (in Spanish Literature) from the University of Iowa. She's still teaching Spanish wherever and whenever she can, but her true passion is owning Iowa City Moms and building this community alongside her amazing team. Sara is also the Community Engagement Coordinator for City Mom Collective, and the owner of Cowork Collective downtown Iowa City. Common denominator in all of these jobs: community, community, community.


  1. When we first moved here, this was one of the first places recommended to me! I love finding a good deal on cute blazers and jackets so I can freshen up my closet!


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