Kids Go Green in a Convenient Location

Children's consignment shop, Kids Go Green, is getting settled into its new home on busy Market Place Boulevard.

Kids Go Green has been my go to store for clothes, toys and baby gear from the moment I found out I was pregnant with my daughter. I
frequented the store at their old location on Atlanta Road to stock my nursery. Now my daughter is 19-months-old, she has gone through an abundance of clothes in various sizes and toys for every developmental milestone known to toddlers.

Cumming resident and owner of Kids Go Green, Crystal Blackstock, has been with me every step of the way. She has made outfitting a growing toddler affordable. In addition to sweet deals she pays cash for gently used clothes, toys and anything “kid." It is liberating to minimize clutter and earn cash at the same time. Cash I can use towards clothes in the next size up.

Blackstock built her business serving Forsyth County and the surrounding areas and this April she relocated the store to bustling Market Place Boulevard. The new location at 1746 Market Place Boulevard, situated across from and next to the , is a good fit.

“All in all we are very happy with our results from moving it has increased our traffic flow,” says Blackstock.

Crystal Blackstock enjoys giving back to the community and “paying it forward." In June, she was “locked up” to raise money for kids and adults supported by the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) in Forsyth County. In addition, Kids Go Green has been working to raise money for Kenneth Stewart and McKenna West both stricken with childhood cancers.

Since moving, the store has added a bilingual employee to their staff to assist Spanish speaking customers with their needs and questions. Discounts are offered to teachers and military families with ID. Gently used clothing up to size 10-12 is bought Monday through Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Large items and toys are bought Monday through Saturday until 4 p.m. You may want to call ahead at 770-781-0263 to confirm that a buyer is available.

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