Conway, Arkansas (PRWEB) December 29, 2011 - Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment, Inc. is “The Nation’s Premiere Children’s Consignment Event Venue” and has experienced incredible growth since the company began selling franchises in 2008. Owning a Rhea Lana’s franchise offers many appealing aspects for families. For example, Rhea Lana’s franchise owners are able to pursue a career while still maintaining the flexibility of a part-time work schedule. This fact makes owning a Rhea Lana’s franchise an attractive option for mothers who desire to stay at home while still earning income. Also, Rhea Lana’s franchises require a relatively low startup cost when compared to many other franchise opportunities. These are just some of the aspects that make owning a Rhea Lana’s franchise so appealing to young families. Currently, the company holds 47 semi-annual consignment events in 16 states.
The South Houston franchise is owned by Monica Hodges. Monica lives with her husband and two children in the Pearland area. She is excited to be bringing Rhea Lana’s to the South Houston area because, “The consignment events take aim at providing value to area mothers in today’s challenging economic climate.” The South Houston franchise will hold its first event in the spring of 2012. For more information on the South Houston franchise, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Richmond-Rosenberg franchise is owned by Karen Chierighino. Karen discovered Rhea Lana’s while searching for a business opportunity that she and her daughter could pursue. She was grateful to discover a company that provided such a good business model while also bringing savings and opportunity to the community. “The Richmond-Rosenberg Event offers area residents the opportunity to sell children's clothing, toys, or furniture. It also provides a setting for families to purchase unused or gently used, high quality family goods at deep discounts,” says Karen Chierighino. The Richmond-Rosenberg franchise will host its second consignment event in the spring of 2012. For more information on the Richmond-Rosenberg franchise, contact Karen@rhealana.com.
Rhea Lana’s of Grandlake is owned by sisters Callie Hudson and Casey White. They became interested in owning a Rhea Lana’s franchise after shopping at one of the events. “Although there are other consignment events, Rhea Lana's is the only one we felt driven to participate in due to the company's impeccable standards,” says White. The Grandlake franchise will hold its second event in the spring of 2012. For more information, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Leavenworth-Platte City is owned by Sarah Golden. Sarah and her husband were interested in starting a business for a long time. They fell in love with Rhea Lana's as shoppers first and then were excited to learn about franchise opportunities. “The business model as well as the ethics and integrity promoted by the company were very appealing,” says Golden. “We are excited to bring Rhea Lana's to the Leavenworth-Platte City area. We understand the need to stretch your budget all while providing the very best for your children.” Because the Goldens are a military family, Sarah is also looking forward to serving the large military community in the Leavenworth-Platte City area by providing a venue for them to purchase and well their high-quality children’s merchandise. For more information on the Leavenworth-Platte City franchise, contact email@example.com.
With Arkansas roots, Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment Inc. is rapidly growing with 47 locations in 16 states. Founded by Rhea Lana Riner in her living room 14 years ago and headquartered in Conway, Arkansas, Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment hosts semi-annual sales. The company is the first consignment sale in the country to offer on-line management and real time tracking of merchandise through a computerized inventory system and a convenient mobile application.
Riner has been featured in numerous publications including The High Profile Section, Arkansas Democrat Gazette and Women’s Inc Magazine. She has recently won a prestigious national award by Enterprising Women, a national publication and foundation that honors entrepreneurial women with rapidly growing companies who seek to mentor other women in business. In the 2010 report from Franchise Business Review on Child Service Related Franchises, Rhea Lana's Children’s Consignment, Inc. ranked in the Top 10 nationally. Also, Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment, Inc. was ranked number two out of only ten Arkansas companies to be added to Inc. Magazine’s 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies.
Rhea Lana's Children's Consignment Events