Sarah Kyle, from Kid to Kid explains how going green can mean more “green” in your wallet.
Kid to Kid buys and sells children’s clothing, baby equipment, toys and maternity items. Kid to Kid pays cash on the spot and offers 20 percent more if the payout is taken as store credit.
“The extra 20 percent is like free money toward future purchases. Kid to Kid carries thousands of name brand, gently used children’s items at huge savings, often up to 70 percent off mall prices,” said Sarah Kyle, owner of the Bountiful Kid to Kid.
Kid to Kid carries everything from Graco Pak N’ Plays, to popular Fisher Price toys to trendy mall brands, sizes newborn to pre-teen.
In addition to its gently used inventory, Kid to Kid carries a large selection of new merchandise.
“Moms are amazed at our unique selection of new hair bows and accessories for boys, priced much lower than what you’ll find at the mall. In my Kid to Kid store, I carry hair bows from 19 different suppliers,” said Kyle.
In addition to its green inventory, Kid to Kid now carries a line of cloth diapers. According to a recent analysis, an estimated 27.4 billion disposable diapers are used each year in the U.S., resulting in a possible 3.4 million tons of used diapers adding to landfills each year.
“Modern cloth diapers are not like the ones your mother used. They’re cute, simple to use and will save you about $2,000 over the time your baby is in diapers,” said Kyle.
Kid to Kid has 12 operating franchise locations in Utah. For more information, visit www.kidtokid.com.