About Kidstuff Sale
The very first KidStuff Sale event was held in the Decker’s backyard and garage. There were about 30 friends and neighbors who sold and a handful of items, and by all definitions that mattered, it was a success. Neighborhood families found plenty of goodies, and the sellers were grateful for the payout they took home.
Suzette had discovered a way to supplement her family income while bringing together two very valuable parties: families that had outgrown their kids’ stuff, and families that needed new kids’ stuff on a budget. It was the perfect pairing.
Over the following 10 years, Suzette grew her Louisville KidStuff event to over 300 consignors and 15,000 square feet. In 2007, she added events in Oldham County and Southern Indiana, expanding to more markets that had more families and more kids’ stuff.
In 2017, KidStuff Sale celebrated its 20th anniversary, making it the longest-running children’s consignment event in the area. Nothing brings Suzette and her team more joy than meeting KidStuff families and hearing how the events have impacted their lives, closets, and bank accounts.
KidStuff Sale has become a staple in the Louisville resale industry and remains a blessing to all families who participate as well as many local charities who benefit from donations and merchandise.
Our Charity Partners
Meet Our Team
at a fraction of their normal price has been such a blessing. Kim is a jack of all trades and is typically helping with a bit of everything.
As the sale manager I have done every job to plan and run the events from truck unlock at the beginning of the season to truck lock at the end… and a whole lot off season to prepare for the events. I would say the hardest part of my job is the volunteer and team coordination it takes to put on an event and the easiest part for me is the sale floor layout and space management involved in fitting so much stuff into the space well organized for easy shopping. I can say without a doubt that my FAVORITE part of my job is all the little babies I get to hold … and watch grow up wearing clothes and playing toys from KidStuff Sale !