From The Journal Times.com:
"RACINE — Bethesda Thrift Shop has announced a new sales format for all goods, except used furniture: $1.29 per pound.
is a national Christian organization, providing homes and other
services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The organization helps people live the lives they want through more than
300 programs in 14 states. Its thrift shop at Elmwood Plaza, 3701
Durand Ave., helps support that mission.
"Bethesda said it expects its new sales concept to “make a big impact in the community.”
will allow people to get even more product for their money and allow
them to choose from an even larger selection of merchandise,' stated
Paul Gieschen, corporate director of retail operations for Bethesda.
items for sale at the Racine shop are overflow items that have rotated
out of one of Bethesda’s other stores. For more information visit bethesdalutherancommunities.org/racine-wisconsin online or call 262-456-0626."
Read more: http://journaltimes.com/business/local/local-thrift-store-selling-goods-for-per-pound/article_805234d3-dd8d-5852-b063-929c909232a3.html
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