I always try to support small businesses in Dundalk and when I being a thrift store junkie and fashionista I was excited to see this one open up, even though I find the name a little offputting. Clearly they are trying to draw in customers with a name one letter off from the Goodwill. Goodwill it isn't. That being said, it being a Dundalk business and close to home and all, I cheerfully started donating items and shopping. I have waited a long time to write this review because I have visited them several times over a long period. Most of what I donate and shop for is clothes, so I can speak mostly to that. I donated a bunch of cashmere twinsets to them and then on a later visit noted that the couple that were left were on separate hangers - shells separated from cardigans, for separate sale. I'm still shaking my head over that one. Trying to get the most money, I guess. But the thing that really stopped me going was that every time I would look for clothes I would find things that were stained or torn, completely beyond repair. Somebody doesn't know what they are doing. They don't go through the clothes, just hang them right up, stains and all. Not a clue what they are doing. So I donate elsewhere now.