Consigning Women Attend Retail Conference in Texas

31st annual NARTS convention...
At The Alamo: Cindy Thompson, Terry Catanzaro, Alyssa Dunn and Michelle Meuter of Consigning Women (Courtesy photo)

Michelle Meuter, owner of Consigning Women, and three team members, Terry Catanzaro, Cindy Thompson, and Alyssa Dunn, recently attended the NARTS 31st Annual Conference held this year in San Antonio, Texas. Carefully crafted for professionals, the four day conference is the industry’s most comprehensive educational event of the year. All four attended specialized resale workshops, stimulating  networking sessions, motivating general sessions and a resale trade show during this focused program. 

“We have been a member of NARTS: The Association of Resale Professionals for 13 years,” says Meuter. “We have an ongoing commitment at Consigning Women to continue our resale education and stay at the top of our profession. We left the conference in San Antonio with renewed energy, invaluable contacts and a multitude of fresh ideas to help us provide exceptional service and quality merchandising to our customers.” 

Consigning Women has been a part of Cape Cod’s retail scene since August 2005. Their two stores in East Harwich and Brewster strive to satisfy the  varied needs of the Cape’s residents, offering everything from women’s apparel and accessories in both stores, to furniture and home décor as well in East Harwich. 

In addition to being a member of NARTS, Consigning Women is a member of the Harwich Chamber of Commerce, Brewster Chamber of Commerce, and Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce. They are also proud to support local organizations annually including The Family Pantry and WE CAN (Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking).

For further information about resale or for guidelines on consignment at Consigning Women, contact Michelle Meuter at [email protected] or visit our website www.consigncapecod.com 


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