16th Annual Ashley Falls Neighborhood Garage Sale benefits Ashley Falls Elementary PTA

Don’t miss the fabulous buys at the 15th Annual Ashley Falls Neighborhood Garage Sale, which will be held Saturday, June 2, beginning at 7 a.m.

Local homeowner and realtor Robbi Campbell with Robbi Campbell Properties, of Real Living Lifestyles in Carmel Valley, is again sponsoring this community event.

Robbi Campbell

Homeowners participating in the garage sale will be placing their own merchandise on their individual driveways making it easy and fun for the shoppers.

“We are providing all the advertising, directional signs and pricing stickers for the homeowners’ merchandise.” Campbell said. “Our last 15 sales were extremely successful. The response from the homeowners and the shoppers was again so positive that we have continued to make our garage sale an annual event. Last year, we had over 90 homeowners participating!”

Since Campbell lives and works in the community, she feels that organizing this event is a genuine way of giving back.

Once again this year, Ashley Falls Elementary PTA has been designated the benefactor of this garage sale by encouraging the homeowners to donate a portion of their proceeds to this wonderful area school.  Again this year, Campbell will match all contributions donated by the homeowners.

To shop at the community garage sales, just follow Del Mar Heights Road east to Ashley Falls Drive. Either go straight and make a right at Seagrove and follow the garage sale signs. You may also follow signs from Carmel Country where it meets Freeway 56, north to Carmel Canyon, make the right to Carmel Knolls and follow signs. There will be maps available at both entrances.

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