Cash for Trash: Ebay Classes Begin Soon

In response to numerous requests by interested patrons, the Haysville Community Library will host three separate eBay “Cash for Trash” training classes during the month of June.

With more than 90 million active users worldwide, eBay is “the world’s largest online marketplace, where practically anyone can buy and sell practically anything.”

Founded in 1995, eBay connects individual buyers and sellers, as well as small businesses. The total value of goods sold via e-commerce on eBay in 2009 was $60 billion — $2,000 every second.

The HCL classes will be conducted in the computer lab on three Thursday evenings this month – Thursday June 10th, Thursday June 17th, and Thursday June 24th – at 6:30 pm. Classes will last about an hour, and will be free and open to the public. In order to attend, simply sign up at the main desk in the library.

Classes will be taught by Dave Sevart, whose experience with eBay dates back more than a decade to the infancy of the online trading industry. In addition to extensive experience with e-commerce, Dave has introduced many others to eBay trading, and understands the nuances and intricacies of the system.

Dave has both a BA in Communications and an MBA from Newman University, and is a full time member of the Air Force Reserves stationed at McConnell AFB.

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