The store offers a wide array of clothing, shoes, furniture, bed and bath items as well as housewares. There is also a good selection of used holiday decorations, she said.
Black said Savers stores are clean, well lit and well organized, which enhances the shopping experience.
"We try to be inviting and fun."
Bargain hunter's glossary:
A consignment shop accepts merchandise on a consignment basis, paying the owners of the merchandise a percentage when and if the items are sold.
A resale shop is the phrase most often used for stores that buy their merchandise outright from individual owners.
A thrift shop is run by a nonprofit organization to raise money to fund their charitable causes. These range from the large Salvation Army/Goodwill chains to individual school, church or hospital thrift shops. Nonprofits can obtain goods through donations or they could operate on a consignment basis—some do both.
Source: National Association of Resale & Thrift Stores
- LDS missionaries developing strategies to...
- Snow wreaks havoc across state, curbs travel...
- Police officer suicide needs to be addressed,...
- Rare snowstorm traps I-15 motorists overnight...
- Charges: Magna mom got 13-year-old son drunk
- System failure to blame for delayed Saturday...
- John Swallow lost computer hard drive on...
- Families face uncertainty, unite in prayer as...
- Utah judge could be first to rule on... 112
- LDS missionaries developing strategies... 52
- Federal website fixes allowing more... 44
- Tea Party Express endorses Sen. Mike... 27
- As winter takes hold, needs increase... 27
- Utahns react to death of Nelson Mandela 26
- Gov. Gary Herbert unveils $13.3 billion... 18
- Expelling Santa from school? Holiday... 16