Do you want to be able to shop for the best bargains before anyone else and get a sneak peek at all the great items that Dress on a Dime has to offer? Volunteering is the answer. When you volunteer, not only are you given the opportunity to shop first, it is fun and rewarding too. You can volunteer for as little as 1 shift or as many as 10. Here is how it works:
Consignors receive a base commission of 60%. Consignors that volunteer (1) 3 hour shift earn 65% commission and are eligible to shop at the private pre-sale before the event and the 50% off private sale on Sunday. Consignors volunteering (2) 3 hour shifts earn 70% commission, earn earlier admission to the private pre-sale before the event and admission to the private 50% off sale before the public. Consignors volunteering (3) 3 hour shifts earn 70% commission, earlier admission to the private pre-sale, admission to the private 50% off sale and a $15 gift card to be used at the Dress on a Dime sale. Please note that ALL consignors are required to volunteer for (1) one hour shift during either drop off or break down of the sale. This hour is in addition to any volunteer shifts worked for additional commission percentage. Please see sale location pages for pre-sale dates and times. These are basic volunteer benefits – please check with your location for specifics and location participation.
Non-consignors who want to shop the pre-sale but not sell can volunteer for one 3 hour shift prior to the private pre-sale. Volunteer two 3 hour shifts and you are eligible for the private pre-sale on and the 50% off private presale on Sunday. Thanks in advance for your hard work and time! You are much appreciated. Without you the sale could not be a success.
As much as we love children, they are not allowed during your volunteer time.
The volunteer shifts fill up quickly. If the time you want is full, email us, and we will try to find one that works best for you.
All of your time is truly appreciated and helps tremendously towards the sales success! There are a wide variety of shifts available to suit everyone’s individual schedules. Working a shift may include set-up of racks and tables, inspection of incoming items, assisting consignors putting their items on the selling floor, de-tagging of items for the cashier, straightening of items on the selling floor, cleanup and breakdown of racks, dividing of unsold items for consignors to pick up, sorting items for donation, greeting customers, or anything else we may need to help keep the sale going!! If you still don’t see a shift that you can volunteer for, contact us anyway. We are sure we can work something out! Remember, you don’t have to be a consignor to volunteer.
See the sale locations page for your area for sale dates and times and to sign up and volunteer.