In lieu of a traditional annual holiday card, agency Terri & Sandy is using its seasonal greeting to try to unload its office junk that just gathered dust during the pandemic as a way to make an extra buck—for a good cause.
At the Terri & Sandy Holiday Pandemic Pop-Up Shoppe, you’ll find a delightful assortment of wares like a pair of wax feet, the remnants of what appear to be a human-shaped and human-sized candle named Vinny ($3,500), a corded phone with 27 missed calls ($270), a koala on a lint roller ($75), 15 Jolly Ranchers and some earbuds ($100), a straw hat left under a desk ($50) and a randomly selected coat rack orphan ($25). The listings for each product on the site also include photos of the goods in their element, for proof of authenticity.
The agency isn’t keeping the proceeds for itself, however. All the profits from the Marie Kondo-ing will be donated to City Harvest.
Act fast, however, as some items have already sold out, including the Covid-19 Renaissance Gift Bundle of sanitizing products, which went for $10,000.