If yes, please continue to Step 1 and follow the detailed, step-by-step instructions. Please take time to read these instructions carefully and follow them exactly, as they have been proven to work over the years and are written to help you. For a printer-friendly version, CLICK HERE.
STEP 1: REGISTER TO SELL BY MAY 13TH
STEP 2: SCHEDULE A DROP-OFF APPOINTMENT
STEP 3: FILL IN AND PRINT AUTHORIZED BOOK TAGS
STEP 4: TAG BOOKS PER INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 5: PACK BOOKS BY SUBJECT
STEP 6: CREATE A POSTER FOR ANY LARGE SCHOOL-RELATED ITEMS
STEP 7: PICK UP UNSOLD BOOKS (this is required to participate)
STEP 8: RECEIVE PAYMENT
Click “REGISTER TO SELL!” (below) to register online.
You will be asked to provide the following information:
► Your name
► Phone number
► Home address
► E-mail address
You will also be asked to provide your preferences for the following:
► Drop-off location for your sale items (by appointment only - see Step 2)
► Reimbursement method for items sold
► Availability to volunteer
When registering to sell items, all sellers must schedule an appointment time with the UCS Coordinator to drop off their sale items.
Drop off at Waterbury Christian Fellowship will be Friday, May 19th, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Drop off times before May 19th will be available in designated towns. Current drop-off locations are in Norwalk, Southington, Stafford Springs, Terryville, Tolland, Winsted and Windsor (more to be announced).
Please allow sufficient time for drop off of sale items (about 30-45 minutes). All items are checked individually to make sure they are properly labeled before they are accepted for sale. (Improperly labeled items require many hours of volunteer time for correction, so please help us by following the directions explicitly.)
See Five Reasons Items Are Not Accepted For Sale in the sidebar».
NOTE: If you bring items for another person you will be expected to wait for their items to be checked also.
ARE YOU REGISTERED TO SELL? If not, please do so before proceeding with the instructions below. Once registered, you will be sent an e-mail with an Excel file attached for printing tags.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING THE EXCEL FILE TO GENERATE AND PRINT BOOK TAGS:
Type all the information by computer. Most fields have drop-down menus for your convenience and are self-explanatory. Having trouble determining an item’s category? CLICK HERE for a guide to the Used Curriculum Sale Categories.
Sample Used Curriculum Sale Tag
NOTE: If you have books already tagged from previous TEACH sales, and you are not making ANY changes on the tags, you may leave tags taped as they are.
Please pack your books in sturdy boxes in order to protect them and make transporting them easier for our drop-off coordinators. They should be sorted by subject within each box.
There will be a place to post larger school-related items available for sale (i.e. musical instruments, sports equipment, furniture, etc.). To do so, print a picture of the item on a sheet of paper (8.5” x 11” or smaller) and take it to your drop-off appointment. Include on the sheet a written description of the item, price, and contact information. Creating a “fringe” on the bottom with your phone number will allow interested parties to take contact information home with them and contact you outside the sale.
If your item sells, we request that you make a donation to TEACH of 20% of the selling price, as this helps TEACH continue to make this event possible.
IMPORTANT! You are expected to return to the sale by 1 pm on Saturday to help unsort whatever is left from the sale. This is a team effort during which all sellers work together to unsort each other’s unsold items. All unsold items MUST be removed from the premises by 3:00 pm. If you are unable to be there, you must arrange for someone else to help with unsorting and removal of your unsold books. Please only do this as a last resort.
You will receive either a check from TEACH within a month after the sale or a direct deposit to your PayPal account (if requested) for the proceeds of your book sales, less a 20% fee for TEACH. You will also receive the tags from the items sold. It is your responsibility to keep track of what you bring and plan to sell. We keep no record of items sold for individuals.
NOTE: Neither TEACH, nor any person volunteering for TEACH, will be responsible for any damaged, improperly tagged, or lost property or tags on items. TEACH reserves the right to refuse any item not deemed consistent with our Christian statement of faith. We will not accept items dealing with the occult, witchcraft, horror, Halloween, New Age, romance novels, magic, etc.
If you have any questions or specific concerns regarding the above instructions, please do not hesitate to contact Carolyn Morin at gro.tchcaet@stnevehcaet. We want this sale to be beneficial to both the Seller and the Buyer!