Same great place, new name: Boundary Consignments

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  • Baby Go Round changed its name to Boundary Consignments.

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    Photos by TANNA YEOUMANS Attending the ribbon cutting are, from left, Diane Rogers, Jennifer VanEtten, owner Luke Croll, Lori Allen, owner, Nancy Croll, Dennis Weed and Lisa Dirks.

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    There was a bouncy house for the kids and refreshments for those who attended the name reveal.

  • Baby Go Round changed its name to Boundary Consignments.

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    Photos by TANNA YEOUMANS Attending the ribbon cutting are, from left, Diane Rogers, Jennifer VanEtten, owner Luke Croll, Lori Allen, owner, Nancy Croll, Dennis Weed and Lisa Dirks.

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    There was a bouncy house for the kids and refreshments for those who attended the name reveal.

BONNERS FERRY — The business formerly known as Baby Go Round held an online vote to choose a new name. After about 200 votes over roughly a month of online voting, the new name was decided by popular choice.

On Nov. 10, Boundary Consignments was announced as the new name, accompanied by celebrations. The celebrations consisted of a bouncy house for the children, as well as refreshments for those attending.

“Because it is a community store, we wanted the community to pick the new name,” said owner Luke Croll.

They narrowed it down to four options; 9B Seconds, 9B Continued, Boundary Consignments and Boundary Rebound.

“For the first two weeks, they were dead heat,” said Luke Croll. “We didn’t realize how great all of them were until that point.”

By the third week the name ‘Boundary Consignments’ began to inch forward. After a close run, the name was chosen by popular vote.

“It was really close all the way down to about the third week,” said owner Nancy Croll. “It’s very clear, it’s very concise, and it says exactly what we do, which with the other name, I think that it left some of the community out. We don’t want to leave any of the community out because of the way we do business, every time someone spends money, someone else in the community makes money. We just absolutely love that concept.”

9B Designs made the sign and logos for the company, bringing smiles to the faces of the owners as they hung their new sign.

Providing clothes from babies to adult women and men, the newly named Boundary Consignment brings both revenue to community members as well as quality clothing and accessories to customers both near and far.

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