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Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
cash only, master card, visa, no credit cards
Category
Thrift Shops
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Bike Parking: No

Parking: Lot, Private

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Price Range : Below Average

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Go to Goowwill, or any other t...

Go to Goowwill, or any other thrift store for better prices, and far better treatment when the store is about to close. I thought I was about to be beaten when the store was closing and the Thrift Store Employees and/or police came out and began rounding up the customers and yelling at them to get out of the store NOW!! They turned off the lights in the store enough to make you trip on something and hurt yourself on their concrete floor and rush you toward the front. So just make sure you have the card of a good personal injury attorney with you just in case you injure yourself while being rushed out of a darkened store. You may be able to fine a listing of attorneys right here on yellowpages.com :-) Also you may be able to find cheaper items at Walmart that are NEW and not USED because their prices on some items are way too expensive for a SECOND HAND THRIFT STORE !

04/15/2012

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The store is big and kept up n...

The store is big and kept up nice, however the prices are sometimes cheaper at a retail store that sells new items. And if the price is not on the item or the package is opened, they will not reprice the idem until sometime in the future when you are sure not to be there to get it. Also if you are there anywhere during closing time, they turn off the lights and begin a very rude way of hurdling the customers out like unwanted cattle. Some of them turn from being nice employees to the thrift store police and sharply tell you have to get out the store NOW! Maybe they all have second jobs to go to directly after work and cannot afford to spend another second there or the owner does not want to give a penny in overtime pay to them. But whatever the reason, a competing thrift store is needed in the same area that can welcome those rejected customers and profit from their patronage.

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