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Objective: Brisbane City Council used Garage Sale Trail to
Brisbane City Council worked with the team at Garage Sale Trail and used the tools provided to encourage residents and local community groups to host garage sales. The City also hosted two Tip Shop sales, using the program to effectively promote other council waste services.
As a result of Brisbane City Council’s involvement in the program, more than 1,600 sellers participated at 640 registered sales across the City, redistributing more than 3,800 shopping trollies worth of items on the day.
"Thanks to everyone who joined the national Garage Sale Trail in Brisbane on Saturday 24 October 2015. Council was proud to support Garage Sale Trail to encourage reuse for a cleaner, greener Brisbane."
Brisbane City Council staffer Lyn Comiskey shares some top pointers for making their involvement in Garage Sale Trail and the Tip Shop sales a success:
Sample Promotional Messaging
Here is an example of the promotional messaging which ran on our Visible Ink website
Date: Saturday 25th October
Website Promotional Messaging
Brisbane Council Sponsorship Profile:
City of Brisbane Media Examples
Tea Tree Gully Library Sale
The City of Tea Tree Gully took part in Garage Sale Trail for the first time in 2015, with outstanding results, Topping the charts with the highest number of sales in the State. They share their key learnings for organising a sale at your local library.
This case study was kindly shared by Lyn Comiskey, Program Officer Education, Waste and Resource Recovery Services from Brisbane City Council & Kelly Morris, Cultural Coordinator at City of Tea Tree Gully Council.
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