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Very clean and organized. Clothes are seemingly clean (i.e. not soiled or noticably stained, no detectable smells). Items are well organized and grouped together for ease of shopping. Prices were mostly average with some being rather high for thrift. There is a designer rack which is rather subjective as to what one would classify as 'designer'-Aeropostale is not designer in my opinion. Each week there is a sale on different colored tags. The downside is that the staff on the day I went was pretty rude, or maybe just indifferent. There were a few volunteers and/or staff in the store, they all looked up as I walked through the door and the bell jingled, but not one uttered a friendly "hello" or "hi". Same thing when checking out, not a "thank you" was uttered. In fact the only words spoken were the total amount of my purchases. This may not be a huge deal to some, but for a Christian based "business" this is rather unkind. I know children that have better manners than were displayed here. I will go back because it is convenient and benefits a good cause, but it would be nice if the staff/volunteers would improve on their people skills. (Read More)
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Their selection of merchandise isn't bad. THey tend to get picked over on Saturdays. Prices keep on rising to stay in competition with Goodwill...so not too happy with that. They still have $.99 sales for clothing, but by the time I got there the racks were clear. Great selection of belts for $.79 and $.99. So much furniture and housewares. Takes me at least two hours to get through the entire building. They even sell some designer purses, prices ranging for $10-$20. They actually had a great Dooney & Burke wallet for $11.99. They do have fitting rooms and a huge selection of books and VHS (anyone Disney collectibles??). Overall, not a bad store to hit once a month or so. Just wish they wouldn't compete with Goodwill so much. Goodwill's not much of a thrift store to mimic. (Read More)
This store is amazing. You walk in and wouldn't even guess that it is a thrift store. It looks like a boutique! They are plenty of fashions to choose from and I have not gone once without buying anything. (Read More)