Consignment company has new location in Courtenay

Crush Consignment has moved. To celebrate their new beginning they would like to help others make a new beginning of their own.

Crush Consignment has moved.

To celebrate their new beginning they would like to help others make a new beginning of their own. On Nov. 23, Crush Consignment will help raise suicide awareness by donating $2 from every sale to the CV Suicide Awareness Group on Facebook.

“Our goal is to educate people about suicide and to help prevent it by giving people a sage place to talk about it and to link people with the right resources in the valley so they can have the help they need,” says Stephanie LaFontaine, CV Suicide Awareness Facebook Group director.

Although Crush Consignment sells mostly recycled ladies clothing, it is anything but a boring thrift store. The shop is bright, funky and loaded with brand favourites such as Roxy, Fox, Lululemon, and even top designers like Versace and Dolce and Gabbana.

If you’ve never shopped consignment before, why not stop by and show your support. You may find an amazing deal and help a great cause!

After two years on England Ave., Crush Consignment is now located at 515 Cliffe Ave. in Courtenay at the corner of Fifth Street and Cliffe Avenue.

— Crush Consignment

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