Beansprouts began with only a consignment program. I looked up to Front and Co. for making consignment more acceptable and an enjoyable boutique experience and wanted to do the same for children's items. They were the inspirational business model for sure. I wanted shoppers to not shy away from buying used items for children and to do so I tried to make the consignment look as "new" as possible to inform and inspire those who were not already interested. I choose not to put any signage on the store front that would indicate that the items were used. And as I started to add new gift items to the shop, choose to define the used items as pre-loved. At that time some shoppers would come in and be enjoying the collection, realize it was used, get turned off and leave. But eventually this perception changed and over the past 5 years or so that I feel shoppers are now searching for used items for many reasons. If I were to just start the shop now, I would not be shy to have a different approach. It is nice to see people embracing a more circular economy.