What’s New

New this season…

COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS – If you are a High School student and/or part of an organization that needs community service hours, WE CAN HELP. We can help you while you are helping us. We will be glad to work with you and/or your organization this upcoming event. Contact us at shop@dkdkgoose.com for more information.

• We will no longer be accepting VHS tapes.

NOTE for TEENS and parents of TEENS bringing TEEN ITEMS…
We are trying to create a better shopping experience in our evergrowing, always abundant Teen section. To aide in this effort, we will be increasing our quality control efforts this season.
During drop-off, we are specifically looking for TOP teen brands that are in excellent condition and would trend well with today’s fashion-forward teenager. A list has been compiled of leading teen brands (this is meant to be used as a guide).


Abercrombie & Fitch
American Eagle
Banana Republic
Brandy Melville
Charlotte Russe
Forever 21
Free People
Hot Topic
Juicy Couture
Lucky Brand
Marc Jacob
Michael Kors
Old Navy
Ralph Lauren
Rebecca Minkoff
Rue 21
Steve Madden
The North Face
Tommy Hilfiger
True Religion
Under Armour
Urban Outfitters

Please understand we will NOT be accepting Men and Women’s clothing. Our racks are overflowing… we only want quality items that are In-season and in today’s current style.

Please CHECK THE LIST of items we will NOT be accepting. These items are listed but not limited to the following brands:

Alfred Dunner
Bedford Fair
Casual Joe
Gloria Vanderbilt
Gold Coast
Irvine Park
J G Hook
John Blair
Monterey Bay
Norm Thompson
Sag Harbor
Scandia Woods
Tog Shop
Ruby Rd.
White Stag

Please watch for more to be added

Any unaccepable item can be removed from the sales floor at our discretion. Please bring only your very best. Thank you for all your efforts in helping us make Duck-Duck-Goose better for everyone!

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Coronavirus Update

In light of the newest suggested guidelines from our Governor and the CDC, we have decided to postpone the upcoming sale. 


Interim Guidance for Coronavirus (COVID-19) as of 3/15/2020:

CDC, in accordance with its guidance for large events, recommends that the next 8 weeks, organizers cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 people or more throughout the United States.

We are true to our mission and will do everything possible to have an event this season. We do not take this measure lightly— we believe you should always seek wise counsel and pray before making choices in matters that involve so many. This decision is not made in fear. We are confident in our purpose; we are confident in our moms to make wise choices and we are strong in our mission to help our community. 

We will be meeting with the Fairgrounds to work out future dates, while knowing it may require a change in venue. We ask that you join us in prayer as we seek the path God has for Duck-Duck-Goose. We fully believe God has His hands on this. We know our efforts as organizers and your efforts as moms are of value. We hope that you will join us in praying that God will show us exactly what steps to make.

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”

Philippians 4:6-7

We will keep you posted as details change. Our desire is to reschedule for a May or June sale. Your consignor number stays the same from season to season. So, this extra time at home could be a perfect time to tag your items. As for those concerned about your $5 pre-registration fee, we suggest that it be applied to our next event, but we are happy to offer a refund.

Thank you to those who are supportive of our mission. We have always considered Duck-Duck-Goose a community event that focuses on supporting families. We appreciate ALL emails, calls and responses. We are most thankful for those who are willing to stand with us to support and bring light to the families in our community.

We will be praying for the safety of you and your family at this time.

“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.  Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.”

Philippians 4:8-9


Stay strong!

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.”

Joshua 1:9


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Community Service Hours

If you’re a High School student and/or part of an organization that needs community service hours, WE CAN HELP. We can help you while you are helping us. We will be glad to work with you and/or your organization this upcoming event. Contact us at shop@dkdkgoose.com for more information.

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Worker Schedule

Consignor & First Mom registrations is NOW OPEN.
Our Worker Schedule will become live Monday, September 10th.

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Why Volunteer

We get it.

Really, we do.

We are busy moms, too.

A four hour work shift at a consignment sale feels a little overwhelming for those of us trying to fit it in to caring for our kids, working, sports, housework, church activities, band practice, theater, homework…oh, and date night with Hubby?  Seriously?  It’s a lot.  Being a mom is a lot of work, and Duck-Duck-Goose wants to make your life better, not worse!

But here’s the deal…all good things require a little sacrifice.  For some, it just really isn’t possible.  We totally understand.  But for those who might be able to squeeze it in, let’s talk about why it’s worth it:

  • There are the obvious things, like the fact that we waive most of your participation fee and enter your name into a drawing for a chance to win 100% of your earnings.  You also get to shop early.  Now, frankly, when we first started this event a few years ago, this wasn’t that big of a deal.  The crowds weren’t too big, the line not that long and the deals did not go as fast.  So if you came in to shop at the consignors’ sale, you were pretty good to go.  But that is changing.  The best deals (remember that incredible bike trailer for $25 last fall?!? Or the brand new train table with ALL the accessories that went for $75?!?) go to the workers who get to shop at 11am because they worked at least 3 shifts.  And the best half price deals?  Those go to the workers with 4 shifts, or those who work a sorting shift, because we really need those workers, and we reward them with the opportunity to shop early on Half Price Day.  The bottom line is: when you work at Duck-Duck-Goose, you get better deals.
  • The sale can’t run as efficiently as it does without workers.  It’s that simple.  We rely on our workers to get stuff done.  More workers mean faster checkout, shorter lines, neater racks, cleaner aisles, and better security.  Long lines can sometimes mean that people choose to leave rather than wait in line…that means they don’t buy your stuff.  Neater racks mean that shoppers can find your stuff more easily.  Better security keeps your stuff safer. Workers help us try to match missing tags with their items and get them back on the racks to sell.  Without workers, your stuff might sit without a tag, not selling, for longer. Workers make sure your stuff doesn’t stay in the dressing room instead of on the racks.  Workers make sure that shoppers can find what they are looking for, which just might be your stuff!  The bottom line:  When you work at Duck-Duck-Goose, you make the sale more efficient and you sell more stuff.
  • But there are also less obvious benefits to working at Duck-Duck-Goose. One of the things we hear most often from our workers is “Now I get it!” or “So THAT’S why you tell us to do it that way!!”.   When you work a sale, you get to see a different aspect of it and you understand the whole process better.  Once you work at checkout, you will value barcodes that scan easily, handwriting that is legible, prices and consignor numbers that are easy to recognize.  You also see what items sell the most, what prices sell and which ones don’t.  Once you work the floor, you will greatly value the description and accurate sizes on the tags, and understand how much work it takes to keep the store neat and orderly.  You will know where stuff is, and where to look when you are shopping.  You pick up the items that have fallen in the floor, and you remember to make sure your stuff is pinned to the hangers.  You match missing tags to items, and you realize that you want to write better descriptions for your own items next time.  Spend a little time sorting and you will never forget to highlight correctly again.  Work at checkout during our half price sale, and you will always remember to red dot your “No Discount” items, and vice versa.   The bottom line is: when you work the sale, you understand how the sale works, and you can be much more efficient at both selling and buying.
  • Another benefit to working a sale is that you get to spend time with people you didn’t know before.  This might sound weird, but relationships are a big reason why we do what we do.  We believe that God has called us to engage with others in a way that demonstrates Christ’s love and helps encourage them in their journey.  We get the opportunity to hear the stories of cool things that are going on in our consignors’ families, as well as hear about opportunities to care for those families who are hurting and struggling.  Our workers get to know a little more of that side of things, and it often serves to encourage them in their own efforts as they raise their children.  For some, it’s simply an opportunity to spend 4 hours interacting with grown-ups for a change!  Our workers often share tagging tipswith each other, parenting tips, etc.  Best of all, it gives us the opportunity to get to know you better.  Knowing who our consignors are, what’s important to them, etc., helps us to remember why we do what we do and how we can do it better.  We often get our best advice/suggestions for improving the sale from our workers.  The bottom line: Working at Duck-Duck-Goose can help build relationships, and relationships make our lives and the sale better!!

We value our workers and each hour they give us is appreciated.  We hope you will consider helping Duck-Duck-Goose continue to raise the bar for consignment events in Western North Carolina, and add a work shift when you consign with us this season!

Worker schedule and sign up is online via our website and opens soon after the opening day of consignor registration.   Click on the Workers tab and sign up!

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Duck Dash !!!

We are EXCITED to continue
a NEW promotion
that started in the fall.

It’s our ALL NEW
Duck Dash!!!

We will close the store at 4pm to get the store organized and ready for DUCK DASH.
Starting at 5:00pm, ALL NON HIGHLIGHTED (donations) ITEMS priced $9 and under will be $1.00 and items that have NO HIGHLIGHT that are priced $10 and higher will be $5.00.

This should prove to be a great opportunity for our CONSIGNORS to sell more and SHOPPERS to save more!!!

To take advantage of this event you do not need to do anything more. Every item will remain on the floor during the DASH. Our shoppers will be given instructions that any item remaining without a highlight is included in the savings.

It’s up to you if you choose to highlight your items. So consider this when tagging. If you plan on donating (not highlighting your cards), those items will automatically be part of the 5:00pm DUCK DASH promotion. This will bring shoppers in one last time, giving ALL remaining items another chance to be seen and SOLD!

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