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Thrifting: The Top 5 Reasons You Should Be Doing It

Thrifting or Shopping Retail?

Well that's a no-brainer! These are the 5 most major reasons that you should be thrifting!

  1. Unique Finds

  2. Earth Friendly: reduce, reuse, recycle

  3. Affordability & Value

  4. Charity

  5. Provides Jobs

The Why

  1. Unique Finds: Where else can you find so many items from so many different decades and price points?
  2. Earth Friendly: When you thrift, you are doing your part to lessen the effects of our over-burdened landfills by reducing waste, reusing perfectly good items, and turning the old into something new.
  3. Affordability: Thrift stores are known for selling pre-owned items at amazing prices. The higher end the item, the more value for your dollar!
  4. Charity: Thrift stores like Goodwill, Salvation Army, and St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store put your hard-earned money to good use by providing jobs, aid, and community programs.
  5. Provides Jobs: What better way to stimulate the economy and help empower people than by creating jobs?!

Which reason hits home for you the most?

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