Live From Andy’s Garage Sale

Saturday morning for three hours at Harriton High School, the Reid Family had a going out of Eagles sale for the general public.

In the school gymnasium, all things from the 14-year home of Andy and Tammy Reid that were green and white or had an Eagles logo on it were up for sale.

“I don’t know if anyone is going to buy an old shirt of mine, but if they want one, that’s where it is,” Reid said on Friday as the Chiefs held a rookie mini-camp. “It’s going to a good cause.”

This was no auction – it was first-come, first-served in the gym, cash preferred, credit cards accepted. The Harriton H.S. football team and the Laurel House, a domestic violence agency and shelter will receive all the money from the sale. The Reid’s three children attended Harriton.

“When you leave a team you have to get rid of your stuff because you can’t wear it at the new place,” Tammy Reid said in Philly. “When it got piled sky high and overflowing into the chairs and on the floor, I thought I’ve got to do something with this.”

Hats signed by Andy went for $10. A pair of Eagles cowboy boots in Andy’s size went for $135. There was the bird house (above), scores of knickknacks involving the NFL and the Eagles and a lot of Eagles clothing, in various XL sizes from Andy’s closet.

When the sale opened at 9 o’clock, there was a line out the door and into the parking lot.

No word on whether Tammy plans a half-price sale on Sunday.

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