Consignment shops in SarASota are offering a limited number of items for sale through consignment consignment agreement.
This is the first time that consignment shops have been allowed to sell items directly online.
The agreement is open to people who are interested in buying furniture.
There is no charge for the consignment as the items will be free of charge.
It will take a minimum of three months for items to be sold.
You can sign up for a free consultation here.
Some items are being offered for free on the consignor website while others require a deposit.
Consignment shops will be closed on Monday, April 17, and can no longer accept orders until then.
Sarasota is in the midst of a tourist season and the city is a popular destination for sightseeing.
In order to get more visitors, many shops have reduced their hours to help with the traffic congestion.
It is not the first consignment shop to offer items on the internet.
Earlier this year, online retailers Shopzilla and Jules and Christine opened up a consignment and gift shop in the city.
For more information on the sale, visit this article on the news site Sarcositos.it.