I called St Vincent De Paul last week to pick up some furniture. They had me send pictures which I understand, called back to set up a time to pick up the furniture. I told them at that time that I lived upstairs. They called this morning, the day before they are suppose to come, to tell me that they couldn't pick up anything that is upstairs. Now I am left to scramble with new furniture that will be delivered in 2 days. Very poor communication and customer service.
This Goodwill is housed in the former location of Tower records. Go in just to see the old Tower sign on a back wall. Great selection for Halloween and the price is right.
Goodwill tells you they put people to work -- but they don't train them to respect grandma's treasures. Here you will find an overload of glass, kitchen items, collectibles, all mashed together because they simply have too much stuff. Stay a while and you'll hear the glass crash. Why is is crowded? -- they price items so high, they break before anyone will buy them. They haven't learned that a good price moves merchandise. How expensive is Goodwill? What other thrift store has "Outlet" stores to get ride of unsold and broken items? Still, we all go back, searching for treasures..
As far as thrift store go, this is one of my favorites. Great prices and a huge selection. No funky smell. Changing rooms have little to be desired.
They have a ton of good items here at this thrift store. Things are usually tidied up and meet. They have decent prices here as well.
This place is very unorganized! Everything from clothes to books to toys to electronic gadgets are all placed in big shallow rolling bins. I'm not going to spend a lot of time looking through the mess to find an LP record or a book. The place is also crowded and am not going to fight 10 to 15 people at the same bin to find what I'm looking for.