The Low Down
Know Before you Go: All sales are final except for appliances, which have a three-day trial period.
The Extras: With big items like furniture, customers have five days after purchase to remove them from the store.
When to Go: Keep an eye out for "new goods" sales that occur at various times during the year. Signs are posted in the window about one week before a sale.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Hunt for bargains in a clean, organized environment at the Andersonville edition to this charitable resale shop chain.
by Contributor at Citysearch
It's easy to find what you're looking for at this third version of the resale shop. It's smaller and more boutiquey in feel than its counterparts, with a clear center aisle that makes it easy to access the entire store.â¦
fyi, this is NOT a consignment shop
By MRondoni at Citysearch
It comes us in your website as a consignement shop, just an fyi Read More
Makes you feel good
By Robert L at Insider Pages
This is one store where I actually feel good when I spend more money. The funds go to support the nearby Children's hospital. You can really get ... Read More
Great resale shop
By William K at Insider Pages
This is a very good resale shop that has everything you could want. There are suits, shoes, shirts, dresses, you name it. Vintage clothing is also ... Read More
resale store and charity
By Pauline L at Insider Pages
this store accepts donations and sells clothes, furnitures, dishes, books... to raise funds for HIV/Aids care and gay and lesbian services. everyth... Read More
One man's treasure is another's used clothes
By Ian W at Insider Pages
Not only can you find some pretty nifty vintage clothing, furnite, cds, and even record albums, but proceeds from your purchase go to benefit the H... Read More