Moppet Togs Moves to Expo Idaho
Boise, Idaho, Release: February 11, 2020. For immediate release
Moppet Togs, the premier consignment sale in Idaho and one of the largest and most respected consignment sales in the United States, announced today they will be permanently moving their sale to Expo Idaho staring in with Spring 2020 sale.
The Company stated they will be announcing the exact dates of the Spring 2020 sale this next week and will announce the dates of the Fall 2020 sale during the Spring 2020 sale.
“After years of having to find a new building every Spring and Fall, we are so pleased to know that we will be located at Expo Idaho for many years to come,” stated Karie Skamser, Moppet Togs Founder.
About Moppet Togs
Moppet Togs Since 2005, Moppet Togs has been the Premier Children’s Consignment Sale in Idaho and one of the biggest and most respected consignment sales in the United States.. Held twice per year, once in the Spring and once in the Fall, Moppet Togs provides a venue for Idaho families with a commitment to local reuse and sustainability to buy and sell their gently used and new name brand children’s clothes, toys, furniture, and other associated children’s items. For more information go to: https://moppettogs.com.
About Expo Idaho
You might hear some call Expo Idaho, “the fairgrounds.” That’s due to the fact that—since 1967—this is the very spot where we’ve held the Western Idaho Fair. One of the biggest draws around Southwest Idaho, it’s the social event of the summer that brings in about 250,000 people every year. (Not to mention a pretty fair number of farm animals.)
Beyond our half-century fair legacy, there’s more here than meets the eye. Throughout the rest of the year, over 750,000 people stop by for trade shows, company gatherings, auctions, sporting events, livestock round-ups, and everything else under the Idaho sun.
In 2005, to better showcase the year-round utility of the place, officials renamed this 240-acre wonderland Expo Idaho. Included in this expansive space, you’ll also find the Boise Hawks and Riverside RV Park.
Ada County officially owns the property and buildings here, but the Fair and Expo Idaho remain self-funded. The current director, Bob Batista, is the longest-serving manager at Expo Idaho/Western Idaho Fair. For more information go to: https://www.expoidaho.com/