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Posted: Saturday, December 10, 2011 11:17 am | Updated: 11:19 am, Sat Dec 10, 2011.

 Spoiled Rotten is the newest resale shop to open in Fenton, joining the north end cluster of resale businesses that have created a destination for second-hand shoppers.

 Located at 1507 N. LeRoy St., next to Village Vacuum, Spoiled Rotten sells quality, used clothing for children - from preemie size up to size 8. Owner Julie Herrick believes that her careful selection of used items has made her stores successful. She and her husband, Mark, also own Spoiled Rotten at 5349 Fenton Rd. in Flint and children's boutique Tutu Cute in downtown Grand Blanc, which sells brand-new clothes for kids.

 "I'm very particular about the clothing I buy to re-sell in my two Spoiled Rotten locations," said Herrick. "That's why our stores are so popular. People know that they are buying good, quality clothing, baby gear and toys for their kids. We aren't as concerned about the brand as we are the quality care and condition of the item itself."

 Shoppers will find a well-organized shop when they stop in at Fenton's new Spoiled Rotten location. Boys and girls clothing are separated into groups by gender, size, and type of clothing. There is a play area for kids to enjoy while parents are shopping.

 All gear and toys have to be in top-notch condition with all of their pieces intact, in order to qualify for resale at Spoiled Rotten. "We have a waiting list of people who want to sell their gently used baby and children's items to us," said Herrick.

 Spoiled Rotten buys children's clothing by appointment only, and gear and toys can be brought in to the store Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The store is closed on Sunday.

 The store is currently collecting new toys for Toys for Tots for Christmas, with drop-off until Dec. 22. "We welcome all new, unwrapped toys to be given to needy local families," said Herrick.

 For more information, call (810) 629-7155.

 

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