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So crowded that you could not get up and down the rows. Cashier was rude when asked if I could move an item so I could get down a row to look at items. I could not get further than 10 feet inside the store. If someone is in a wheelchair forget it. They should be reported to the disability person for the area. (Read More)
One of the best thrift stores in the area! Well organized with a very good selection especially in small housewares and women's clothes, although not quite as good a selection of men's clothes. Some days there are especially great discounts, particularly late in every month! (Read More)
This is another case of a non-profit thrift store with SUPER HIGH PRICES that makes you wonder who is really pocketing the money from people's donations. Common household items, furniture, and clothing is way above my budget. This is more of a trendy upscale antique / resale store. I'd rather go to Salvation Army across the street. (Read More)
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Okay folks, this is a 2015 review, not some out of date review. This Goodwill USED to be great. Now it's one HOT MESS. The clothes are WAAYY overpriced, the store is disorganized and dirty, and it's way too crowded, Went a few times in 2014, bought one or two things; went back once in 2015-not worth the time or effort. (Read More)
There is a wide assortment of items available to buy, but the prices are WAY too high and the checkout line is very slow and annoying. On numerous visits, I have seen people going to the back room to pick up items that haven't been publicly displayed in the store for sale. That's really unfair to repeat paying customers who would also like the chance to view ALL donated and sellable items. There should be no holds or favoritism to all of the volunteers that work there holding items and picking and choosing donated items before the public gets to see everything that's been generously donated to the store and have the opportunity to buy also. It is stingy and wrong that employee volunteer families get to buy first and get first dibs on donated items! I thought this place was a Christian organization. Not very Christian-like at all to practice such greediness! (Read More)
This place is worthless. The main lady there thinks the place is all that. Packed with people and I don't know why. Unorganized, garbage items, and smelly. The stuff is over-priced even though they get everything for FREE from donations, at least they can be reasonable. (Read More)