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This is an ok store. Prices are a little high. Tons of clothes. Separated by type (pants, coats, etc) then separated by colors. I didn't find anything amazing but did manage to buy a couple of things. They do have a stupid rewards program. You have to shop one day during the week then come back on Sunday to get additional savings. It's cummulative based on your purchases during the week. No purchase during the week then no savings on Sunday. Who is going to go twice in a week? Also I watched a lady try to buy something without a price tag. So apparently if it doesn't have a price tag they have a rule where they won't sell it to you. (Read More)
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Employees were helpful and pleasant. The only thing I didn't like is that one of the higher priced coats had the price marked on the maker's label. This makes it absolutely unusable for resale. It's a gorgeous cashmere coat but I can't resell it with $25.00 written right at the neckline on the tag. Employees were like, "Well, that's the way it is!" Like it or not, your biggest customers are probably people who resell on eBay or other online sites. I appreciate cleanliness, friendliness and time to browse without being bothered by inquiries. I filled a basket and was pleased with all the items I purchased. (Read More)
Stopped going about a month ago because the customer service is so bad and the lines are always long. Employees are so slow and could care less about checking you out...all they want is a break and to talk to each other. (Read More)
Excessively high prices for boutique and special items. Fraudulent practices by stating the value is much higher than item actually is as compared to ebay or new. The company does not practice the Catholic values as stated and haved forgotten these items have been donated to them. The customers who come to buy should be considered also, because if it werent for those donating and the customers buying, this place would not exist. (Read More)
I will never shop here again, and it takes a lot for me to write off an entire thrift shop. I would strongly caution anyone to provide business for this store. In my line of work, I am trained to identify employee abuse. I identified verbal abuse from two female managers while I was shopping in the housewares department. I caught the name of one, Debbie, and the other was a curly red haired woman. Seeing their childish, ineffective and abusive methods for communicating with their employees sickened me, and I don't know how long this has been happening but I hope that these managers are evaluated, and terminated. Prior to the verbal abuse upon the employee, I had asked the red haired manager about a price on a piece of pottery, as it was unmarked. She aggressively snatched it out of my hand as if it was a bother to be disrupted by a customer from chatting with the other manager. This type of management is so concerning to me, and I feel for all the employees who are dealing with this. My group of thriftshoppers and I will be taking our business elsewhere. (Read More)
I love thrift shopping but can only stand so much "digging". I love that this store is organized by style of item, size and color. They get new items every day and all the money raised stays local! Win, Win! I highly recommend this store! (Read More)