Mostly clothes, high prices. We went to a lot of thrift stores down Beach Blvd. This store looked like a good prospect. When we went in there wasn't much beyond clothes. The middle section was housewares and it was picked clean. In the back in electronics there wasn't much. The furniture was high priced. The books were even high ($2 each). We found one thing that was a deal, a car tire inflator. When we asked to try it in the car lighter first they didn't even know what it was. Overall it was a bust.
Furniture prices are too high.. My husband and I were looking for a set of end tables. We went into the Salvation Army Thrift store on Beach Blvd and found the end tables we seen at a local department store but they were $10 more expensive. To me this place is quite expensive on their used furniture.
Stocked exclusively with donated goods, thrift store contributes all earnings to Bible-based rehab programs throughout the world..
The Salvation Army is an evangelical Christian organization that devotes billions of dollars and thousands of volunteer hours each year to disaster relief, social services and other charitable causes worldwide. With proceeds going directly to adult rehabilitation centers, the Army's many thrift stores play an important role in furthering the organization's mission. Patrons of the stores pick through a diverse selection of moderately worn clothing, as well as second-hand furniture, electronics, books and toys at bargain prices.
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