Across the nation, families are currently facing a torrent of financial challenges. Because of this, it is no wonder why the consignment industry is growing so rapidly. Consignment is a smart choice for families, and Rhea Lana’s offers a truly unique consignment experience. With Rhea Lana’s, consignors have the option to price their own items, and then receive seventy percent of the profits. Another aspect that makes Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment Events a unique shopping and consigning experience is the fact that they only accept quality, like-new items. Also, the pricing and customer service found at Rhea Lana's is unparalleled.
Families across the nation can benefit from shopping and consigning with Rhea Lana’s. Throughout the months of April and May, there are Rhea Lana’s events taking place in Ohio, Florida, Oklahoma, Missouri and Kentucky. For more information on these events and franchising opportunities, please visit http://www.rhealana.com.
About Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment Events
With Arkansas roots, Rhea Lana’s Franchise Systems, Inc. is rapidly growing with 58 locations in 19 states. Founded by Rhea Lana Riner in her living room 15 years ago and headquartered in Conway, Arkansas, Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment hosts semi-annual sales. The company is the first consignment sale in the country to offer on-line management and real time tracking of merchandise through a computerized inventory system and a convenient mobile application.
Riner has been featured in numerous publications including The High Profile Section, Arkansas Democrat Gazette and Women’s Inc Magazine. She has recently won a prestigious national 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. In the 2010 report from Franchise Business Review on Child Service Related Franchises, Rhea Lana's Children’s Consignment, Inc. ranked in the Top 10 nationally. Also in 2011, Rhea Lana’s was ranked number two out of only ten Arkansas companies to be added to Inc. Magazine’s 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies.