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K2K Mississauga - Canada - Brent Feilders

Admitting that “A year later, we’re just way better,” Brent Feilders, owner of the Mississauga Canada Kid to Kid store, proudly accepted the December 2016 Store of the Month award for the Kid to Kid franchise.  His store was selected from over 100 Kid to Kid Franchise locations in the US, Portugal, and Canada in large part because of the huge increases that the store has experienced.  They celebrated their first anniversary in August, and continue to see tremendous increases in both buying and selling as more and more shoppers are discovering the value of resale at Kid to Kid.

Feilders shopped for resale bargains for his own children before bringing the Kid to Kid franchise to Canada.  As a Dad, shopper, and businessman, he saw a huge opportunity.  “I liked the value, but not the experience of shopping other local children’s resale stores.  They are crowded, cluttered, and hard to shop,” commented Feilders.  “I wanted to create a completely different resale shopping experience – and found it at Kid to Kid.”  The Mississauga Kid to Kid store is beautiful and spacious — with wide aisles, and organized racks and shelves filled with carefully screened, quality products.  The prices are fabulous — up to 70% off retail – saving families hundreds, or even thousands of dollars over buying new.  It even has a play area where kids can hang out and play while Mom and Dad shop.

Kid to Kid serves the community in many ways.  ““We buy and sell pretty much everything that kids wear, use, and play with – as long as it’s clean, current, and safe,” explains Feilders.  “Like Uber and Air BnB, we promote a sharing community – allowing families to pass on the things they aren’t using to another child who needs it – and get paid in the process.”  Kid to Kid pays families to recycle their quality clothes, toys, and baby gear.  This in turn benefits the environment, as well as putting money back into the pockets of people within the community.  They also donate hundreds of pounds of product that doesn’t meet their buying criteria each week to local charities.

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