For the third year in a row, Clothes Mentor Fort Myers and Clothes Mentor Naples will host their highly anticipated Sidewalk Sale to raise money for The Gabriel House, a loving and compassionate home for abandoned and medically needy children.
On Saturday, February 4, customers can purchase a shopping bag that they can fill with as much fashionable merchandise as they can –all for $20 a bag. This includes brand name women’s fashions, handbags and shoes. The Sidewalk Sale will run at both stores on February 4 from 10 a-6 p with 100% of the sales going directly to The Gabriel House.
“We care about our children and the Gabriel House needs our help,” said Phil Baker, owner, Clothes Mentor Naples. “People have been asking us what is the best time to arrive…our answer is, the earlier the better,” Baker added
To make the Sidewalk Sale a fun and enjoyable experience Clothes Mentor Naples has some guidelines:
Customers purchase a shopping bag at the door for $20
Items CANNOT be tried on
All items must fit into the shopping bag
Bag cannot overflow
Bag cannot have a rip
If the sale items don’t fit into your bag you will need to buy an additional bag for $20
No hoarding, please
Pick the items you want and place them in the bag
No refunds/No returns
Remember: All of the money collected at the Sidewalk Sale goes directly to The Gabriel House. If you want to shop inside of the store where everything will be on sale at 20% off you will need to first put your shopping bags in your car.
Also: Clothes Mentor Naples will not be buying on Saturday. Buys will resume on Sunday.
Clothes Mentor is a women’s resale store that features name brand clothing, handbags, jewelry and accessories. All day, every day, Clothes Mentor pays CASH on-the-spot, to purchase better brand-name “gently-used” women’s fashions and accessories.
Clothes Mentor Naples
9051 Tamiami Trail N #101, Naples, Florida, 239 431-7083
Clothes Mentor Fort Myers
11800 S Cleveland Ave., Fort Myers, Florida, 239 288-7342
The Gabriel House
The Gabriel House rescues children who have been abandoned, discarded and who are in need of medical treatment. The vision is to rescue, rehabilitate and help these children reach their highest level of independence and functioning.