Club Meeting at PONDEROSA STEAKHOUSE

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Second Season



Dee Dellacca, owner of Second Seasons consignment shop in downtown Greenfield spoke to Kiwanis about her family’s decision to move to Hancock County and their founding o Second Seasons.   Dellacca received her undergraduate degree from Indiana State University and her MBA from Indiana Wesleyan.  She and her husband chose to move to Hancock County in 2005 from another community in central Indiana.  They chose Greenfield after visiting many other communities surrounding Indianapolis. 
Second Season opened in 2008 at 22 East Main Street with about 1,000 square feet including storage.  They now have almost 3,000 square feet.    The shop accepts items they think will sell on consignment. When the items sell, the seller will receive 40% of the selling price.
Clothes that do not sell after 60 days are either returned or donated to various charitable groups such as Give Back, Hope House or Circles of Life.
Second Seasons website provides more information at http://www.2ndseasons.com/

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