JACKSONVILLE, Ark. (KTHV) - Rhea Lana's Consignment Show opens its doors at the Little Rock Expo on Sunday. But the sale known for good deals for parents comes to town under a cloud of controversy.
Both the Arkansas and U.S. Departments of Labor have investigated Rhea Lana Riner, but Riner insists her volunteers are pleased and haven't filed any complaints.
"It benefits them. You know, they are working together to create this marketplace and they want their items to sell," said Rhea Lana Riner.
Rolling into the Little Rock Expo twice a year, the sales offer an array of childrens' items at bargain prices.
Riner started selling clothes out of her living room 17 years ago. Now dozens of moms volunteer and sell their items during the week-long sales. Moms like Heather Cole.
"I look forward to it. The night before Rhea Lana's show is like Christmas Eve," Cole said.