Mas­sive bar­gains at the garage sale trail

Isis Town and Country - - News -

WITH 99 sales reg­is­tered for this year’s Garage Sale Trail the re­gion’s bar­gain hun­ters are in for a treat this week­end.

The coun­cil’s Waste and Re­cy­cling spokesman Cr Vince Haber­mann said there was a wide va­ri­ety of items listed for sale right across the re­gion as part of the na­tional event be­ing held on Satur­day.

“With so many sales reg­is­tered there will cer­tainly be some­thing for ev­ery­one whether you’re af­ter home wares, cloth­ing, fur­ni­ture, tools or sport and recre­ational equip­ment,” Cr Haber­mann said.

The Garage Sale Trail will no doubt do its part in en­sur­ing re­cy­clable and reusable items don’t end up in land­fill.

In ad­di­tion to the en­vi­ron­men­tal ben­e­fit, Garage Sale Trail statis­tics project that more than $30,000 will be gen­er­ated lo­cally as a re­sult of the sales.

Cr Haber­mann said res­i­dents could head to garage­sale­trail.com.au and reg­is­ter as a buyer to view the sales be­ing held across the re­gion and cre­ate their own ‘trea­sure trail’.

“By sav­ing the sales that in­ter­est you, you can plan your day and cre­ate a per­sonal shop­ping itin­er­ary to nav­i­gate, share or print,” he said.

If you have un­wanted items to sell there’s still time to reg­is­ter at garage­sale­trail.com.au or reg­is­ter for the mega com­mu­nity garage sale Rum­mage for Re­lay at bund­aberg.qld.gov.au.

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