KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Turning gently-used children's clothes into cash is what Jack and Jules says they're known for in East Tennessee.
Mothers and mommy's-to-be headed to the Knoxville Expo Center Saturday to shop the children's consignment store.
Co-owner Cindy Tucker says Jack and Jules started with two moms who wanted to cut the cost of children's clothes and accessories.
"Our very first sale we started with 325 consignors, we were in West Knoxville then. As we've grown over time we've come to the Expo Center, which we love and we've grown to 750 consignors."
Tucker says they offer consignors 75% commission and volunteers get the chance to shop early.
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