For many, garage sales are not just a way to find good deals on useful items -- they are a way to have fun, spend quality time together and jet-set about the city.
But it may be tougher to find garage sales without garage sale signs on street corners, which is just how the city wants it.
Signs can be on personal property, but not in the right away. Officials search out the signs that violate this rule Thursday-through-Sunday evenings.
The city spends $8,000 per year to fight this problem.
But some clever sellers have found a way around it -- by putting their sale signs in their vehicles.
City Spokesperson Dave Bevens says this is perfectly acceptable, and he even found it amusing as well.
Click the video to see more sale madness!
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