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Shop and Do Good!

Submitted by on October 15, 2010 – One Comment

Are you searching for a zany hat for your clown costume, a string of colorful beads to wear with your flapper dress, or a tan overcoat to complete your Sherlock Holmes get up?

Don’t forget to check The Salvation Army stores in your area for that must-have item to complete your look!

Because, when you do, you’re helping The Salvation Army provide no-fee drug and alcohol rehabilitation to people who are struggling with addiction and need help making a fresh start.

:: Click here for a link to our Family Stores’ website where you can use the zip code finder (top right) to locate a store near you.

:: And, once you’ve found the treasure that puts you on the road to winning “Best Costume” this year, post a photo of it at our Tumblr site dedicated to celebrating Thrift Store ‘Gold’!


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