Urbana Champaign, IL – Urbank Community College, which hosts the second- and third-hand sales at its campus, has launched a campaign to educate the public on the ethics of selling second- or third-handed merchandise at its store.
In order to protect the quality of life and the integrity of the marketplace, Urbannoc Community College is inviting people to take a stand and share their opinions about second-and-third-hand retailers.
The campus launched the initiative in partnership with Urbans, Inc. and the Urban Institute, as part of the Urban Alliance for Urbanism and Communities.
The initiative has been designed to raise awareness about the ethics behind selling secondhand goods, according to Urbancom.
Urbannoclc has also released a list of items that will not be sold.
First-hand items sold at second-hands are not considered second-sale items.
Second-hand products that are second-listed or second-class, are secondhand items that are being sold at lower prices, are less valuable and are not guaranteed to last longer.
To learn more about this campaign and how to participate, visit Urbacommunity.com.