Alsip, IL–(ENEWSPF)– Karey Wentz, Store Manager of the Good as New Thrift Store in Matteson, IL is pleased to announce that July is Customer Appreciation Month. Only on the job a few short weeks, Karey is implementing events to show customers how much we appreciate their business and the support that store patrons provide Sertoma Centre, Inc.
During the entire month of July, Good as New will offer customers free candles just for shopping. When a customer spends as little as $10 they select a free small candle, spend $25 and choose a free medium candle and if they spend $50 they will receive one of the large candles.
The Good as New Thrift Store carries an extensive collection of beautiful candles in a variety of colors and fragrances suitable for any décor. While shopping at the Good as New Thrift store be sure to check out the NEW IS GOOD department which features brand new merchandise and incomparable prices. The inventory on this product won’t last long so be sure to shop soon.
100% of the proceeds from the purchases customers make at Good as New Thrift Store are used to support programs for individuals with disabilities provided by Sertoma Centre, Inc. The thrift store also provides retail training opportunities for Sertoma Centre’s program participants who wish to gain the skills needed for work in the community.
We welcome you to shop, volunteer your time, or donate new and gently used items at the thrift store located at 4331 Lincoln Highway, Matteson, IL. Please contact Karey Wentz at 708-481-5627.
Store hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm, Tuesday and Thursday, 10 am – 7 pm.
Sertoma Centre, Inc. is a nationally-accredited, not-for-profit agency that provides services to over 650 individuals with developmental, physical and emotional disabilities, and/or mental illness. For more information, to schedule a tour, volunteer or to make a donation, please contact Melanie Jones, Director of Advancement and Communications, Sertoma Centre, 4343 West 123rd Street, Alsip, IL 60803. (708) 730-6206, www.sertomacentre.org.