Introducing Frontline Classifieds Posted in FRONTLINE CLASSIFIEDS by Frontline on September 05, 2021


Now is the perfect time to get rid of some of the excess junk you’ve been storing. From outgrown baby clothes and last year’s BBQ grill to dusty workout equipment and a rarely used video game console – when you are ready to declutter your space and pad your bank account at the same time, Frontline Classifieds is the perfect solution for Frontline Workers.

Created by Frontline Workers for Frontline Workers, this new online buy and sell website is exactly what you need to help motivate you to finally clean out that garage, attic, or storage trunk. It’s safe, easy to use, and best of all, offers a FREE 3-day listing service for all Frontline Workers.

Here’s How Frontline Classifieds Works:

Created to provide benefits and savings to those that serve or have served our country, Frontline Classifieds supports these heroes and wants to make online buying and selling experiences as easy and stress-free as possible.

Anyone who serves on the Frontline is invited to create an account and list products to sell online at the Frontline Classifieds website and buy products from other Frontline workers who have items listed for sale. And while Frontline Workers are the only group authorized to SELL items on Frontline Classifieds, anyone can BUY the items listed for sale on the website…and will feel amazing to help such a good cause!

Qualified Frontline Classifieds Sellers Include:

  • Active-Duty Military
  • Veterans
  • Retired Military
  • First Responders
  • Fire
  • Police, Sheriff, Law Enforcement
  • Military Reserve
  • Military Spouses
  • Paramedics
  • Military Academies
  • Correction Officers
  • Homeland Security

…and more.

Why Choose Frontline Classifieds Instead of eBay, Marketplace, and Craig’s List?  

Whether you are ready to sell things you no longer need or are in the market for some new things, ditch the old and tired buy sell sites like eBay, and use Frontline Classifieds – the ultimate choice. Not only will you be working with a safe and vetted Frontline seller, but you will be helping support a great and patriotic cause.

In addition to offering an easy to navigate website and free 3-day listings for Frontline Workers, Frontline Classifieds is proud to support the charities that support those on the Frontline. Every month, a charity will be selected to receive a portion of the sales on Frontline Classifieds.  Our September charity is the Tunnel To Towers Foundation, which we chose in support of the 20th Anniversary of September 11, 2001.

The Tunnel to Towers Foundation was created to honor the sacrifice of firefighter Stephen Siller who laid down his life to save others on September 11, 2001. The Foundation honors our military and first responders who continue to make the supreme sacrifice of life and limb for our country by assisting fallen first responder families, injured veterans and first responders, Gold Star families, and more.

Ready to Create Your Frontline Classifieds Account?

Frontline workers, if you are ready to list your vacation home rental, sell your bicycle, or buy a “new” couch for the game room, it’s easy to use Frontline Classifieds with our free, fast, and secure membership. Get started today with our simple verification process that gets you quick access to Frontline Classifieds, so you can get your items listed and ready to sell or start searching for the items you are looking to buy.  (Add link to create an account to “Get started today”)

Frontline Classifieds is always here to help. Feel free to contact us here for more info or with questions about how you can support Frontline Workers in your community. (Add link to Contact Ss button – Didn’t see one)

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