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This thrift store has come a long way since I first started shopping there about 2 years ago. The clothes priced pretty well. However, they do have brand new clothes that were donated from varies retail stores that are priced a little high. As for the Grocery items they are way over priced and either expired or close to expiring. Better off going to the Grocery Store and buying the item when it's on sale with a coupon. (Read More)
I don't like the Out of the Closet Organization. They overprice items and then when they don't sell they destroy it so the homeless can't pull items from the trash. They also don't have childrens items and I know that childrens items do get donated to them. Are they discriminating against straight people with children? (Read More)
Nice selection of furniture. If you are looking for vintage clothes this is not the place to go. Many clothes for older women (50's and older) if you are younger than that don't bother shopping here for clothes. (Read More)
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This store used to be one of my favorite haunts. The prices were great and the selection was bountiful. I was there a few months ago. The prices had sky rocketed. The selection is not warranting those prices. The parking is horrible. Its as if they don't want you to come in. Times like today when those of us that used to donate are now the ones buying and needing the donated items, are finding it hard to afford it. (Read More)
Great store! it's harde to see if you blink you will pass it. They always have great items and very well priced. I go in once or twice a week because they always have new items. I like that they use social media its nice for the days that i can't make it down there. This is a must visit store! (Read More)
Hi Lorraine, This is a good question. It sdunos like you were put in a very difficult situation. I will consult with my fellow Board members and get back to you with a response. My initial perspective is that any time data is held from the community then no, it is not ethical as long as that data pertained to the initial research questions. Often, findings may not be included in final reports if they did not pertain to the main research questions. However, in this case, it seems as though the findings were not released for personal motivations and therefore that is not good use of information. (Read More)