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Rhea Lana Children’s Consignment History

1997
Rhea Lana Riner, a wife and mother of three, hosts her first consignment sale in her Conway, Arkansas living room.

1998
Riner and her husband, Dave Riner, create the country’s first consignment sale barcoding and data entry system.
Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment hosts the first web based computerized children’s consignment event.

2002
Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment offers consignment sale software and operational system packages to independent consignment sales in the United States and Canada.

2004
Northwest Arkansas added to the company’s annual calendar of bi-annual events.

2006
Greater Little Rock event added to the company’s annual calendar of bi-annual events.

2008
Begin sales of Rhea Lana's® Franchise packages. Addition of franchises in Russellville and Hot Springs.

2009
Addition of events in Baton Rouge, West Little Rock, Honolulu, Searcy, Wichita, Enid, Texarkana, Frisco, N. Mississippi, Jonesboro, NW Houston and Joplin. Opening of Rhea Lana’s corporate offices in Conway, Arkansas.

2010
Addition of franchises in Springfield, Missouri; Germantown/Collierville, Tennessee; and North Atlanta, Georgia.
Launch of updated Rhea Lana's web site.
Franchise Business Review on Child Service Related Franchises ranks Rhea Lana's Children's Consignment in the Top 10 nationally.
Rhea Lana Riner received a prestigious award by Enterprising Women, a national publication and foundation that honors entrepreneurial women with rapidly growing companies who seek to mentor other women in business.

2011
Launched reskin and reorganization of franchise websites in July 2011.
Expanded into more territories. Forty-three Rhea Lana's events by August 2011.
The company was added to Inc. Magazine's 500/5000 list of fastest growing companies, coming in at number 1131 overall and ranking number 65 in the consumer products and services industry.
Fall 2011 - Expanded into additional territories. 47 events in 16 states.

2012
Expanded into more territories, including the addition of a new state, Kentucky. 51 Rhea Lana events by February 2012.
Franchise Business Review ranks Rhea Lana's Children's Consignment number one in the Child Service Related Franchises category.