Goodwill is all about that back to school life
With only a couple weeks left of summer vacation, checking off all the boxes on your back to school shopping list is imperative, and with Goodwill, you’ll get the job done for a whole lot less. Every year, parents spend hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars on back to school apparel and supplies in traditional retail outlets. That’s why this year more and more parental units are opting to break free of tradition to do their shopping at Goodwill. Here are three good reasons to shop Goodwill this year for back to school.
- Goodwill saves parents money while kids can get fresh dressed like a million bucks.
Without a doubt, Goodwill is the place to be for vintage-minded shoppers. But did you know Goodwill also has name brand designer clothing some of which still have the original store tags on them, for a fraction of what you’ll pay in any retail location? Find designers like Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors, Calvin Klein, and Victoria’s Secret’s Pink in just about all 17 of the Goodwill store locations. Also, you’re likely to find top designers like Chanel or Marc Jacobs in one of the three boutiques. Visit this month’s featured store the Mason boutique and don’t forget to use your $5 off coupon found right here:
- Goodwill saves parents time because all of your back to school needs can be found in one place.
From backpacks to shoes Goodwill has your kids covered. You’ll find everything you need in one store eliminating the hustle and bustle of traveling from store to store trying to accommodate the different style demands of each one of your children plus regardless of age elementary to college age; you’ll find it all at Goodwill.
- Shopping Goodwill saves the planet and gives our local Veterans and people with disabilities a real chance.
Goodwill loves the planet, therefore, protecting our landfills is very important, that’s why Goodwill takes recycling very seriously. Last year, more than 54,000,000 pounds of donated goods were recycled to protect the environment. Further, for more than 100 years, Goodwill has been ridin’ with the local community, and the commitment continues as Goodwill will provide training and employment services to about 3,400 local veterans and people with disabilities and place almost 1,000 Cincinnatians into the workforce.
When you shop Goodwill, everyone’s a winner.
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By Alisha Tyler