Monday, January 9, 2012

Impact Thrift to open store in Feasterville

"Impact Thrift Stores announced Thursday it will open a store in Lower Southampton.

The store, in the former Value City at Street Road and Bustleton Pike in Feasterville, will be Impact's fourth thrift store. It also has locations in Hatboro, Montgomery Township and Norristown.

Impact spokeswoman Jo Greenawalt said a date hasn't been set for opening the 66,000-square-foot store, which will be Impact's first in Bucks County. She said the store may be the largest one, in square footage, on the East Coast.

Already Impact has two warehouses full of donations that will go to the new store, but Greenawalt said more donations, particularly of clothing, are needed. They can be dropped off at Impact's existing locations; the Feasterville store cannot accept donations at this time.

"We are blessed right now that we have been inundated with donations over the past year, which is a fabulous thing to happen," Greenawalt said. "We have been blessed with tons of furnishing donations but we really need clothing. But we have no doubt that when we open those doors the store will be packed solid with wonderful things."

Sales from Impact's thrift stores benefit charities that help children and families, the homeless and others in need."

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