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Stuff-a-Sack Winter Clearance Sale on Sunday

The Underground Thrift Store at Plymouth Church (65 Hicks St) is having its semi-annual Stuff-a-Sack winter clearance sale this Sunday from 12:30-4 p.m. $25 gets you a bag to stuff with as much winter inventory as you can fit. And 25% of the profits fund organizations that fight human trafficking—last year the store donated $4,000 […]

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Underground Thrift Hosts Semi-Annual Stuff-A-Sack This Sunday, August 12

This Sunday, August 12, the Underground Thrift Store at Plymouth Church, will hold its Semi-Annual Stuff-a-Sack summer clearance sale on men’s, women’s and children’s clothing. Shoppers can purchase a $25 tote and stuff it with as much clothing as they can muster. In addition, you can purchase individual items at 50% off. The sale runs […]

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Plymouth Church Underground Thrift Store: Save 25% This Sunday

Bargain hunters alert: The Underground Thrift Store at Plymouth Church features 25% off all clothing beginning this Sunday, July 22. You’ll find a “curated collection of upscale and designer clothing and accessories for women, men and children,” along with collectibles for the home. Location: Upstairs at Plymouth Church, 65 Hicks Street between Orange & Cranberry […]

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Plymouth Church Underground Thrift Extends “Stuff-A-Sack” Clearance

Thanks to the success of its “$25 Stuff-A-Sack” event last weekend, the Underground Thrift Store at Plymouth Church has extended its Winter Clearance Sale on Sunday, March 4. Hours are 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Location: 65 Hicks Street, between Orange and Cranberry. Shoppers can purchase as many $25 Underground Thrift Store Totes (a $5 value) […]

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Plymouth Church’s Underground Thrift Store Now Open

Plymouth Church is now hosting the Underground Thrift Store Sundays from noon – 4pm. The market features designer clothes for men and women as well as everyone’s favorite “bric-a-brac”. A quarter of the store’s net proceeds will go to the “fight against human trafficking and modern day slavery.” More info on Facebook. Photo courtesy of […]

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