Greatly improved from last year. Great merchandise and helpful people. Found some great buys in the back booths . Nice variety of merchandise and antiques.
915 S Patterson BlvdDayton, OH 45402
From Business: The Salvation Army donation centers accept clothes donations, furniture donations, car donations, and other gently used goods. All items sold at our thrift stores…
well i like the guy they had in this store before they got rid of him. atleast our computers were fixed and not with any issues. we just spent 75.07 to have our daughters computer cleaned of vircus and it wasnt taken care of. this is a bunch of hog wash on their behalf.
Have allot antiques...and some vendors is like Caesar Creek inside...a.bug yard sell!!!!!
They have some pretty good stuff. Here's the deal though. My 12 year old son describes it as "nightmarish." Strange people. Run-down rooms. A general feeling that zombies might jump out at you at any moment. And yet, I kind of like it.
Nothing but junk. Very moldy air made it hard to breath. There was one vendor that had a nice video game set up with affordable prices, but moved out due to theft. Wouldn't recommend!
Area's kinda sketchy. Open 10 to 5. You might find a thing or two, but not much. If you're in the area stop in but keep your expectations low.
This business has apparently closed leaving me out my investment in their proposed gun range. The CEO - Michael Gilbert - refused to even consider a refund on the investment I made with him.The company has not only ignored my requests but has ignored the Dayton Better Business Bureau and now has an F rating
Owner will not give you any of your earned money until she owes you $25, which wont happen because I will never use her again. Makes you spend your earnings IN HER STORE! This was not in any agreement.