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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Goodwill Store & Donation Center to Open in Oxford Oct. 21

Image result for goodwill logoOXFORD - Goodwill of Western & Northern Connecticut will open a new 11,000-square-foot store and donation station at 274 Oxford Road in Oxford, Connecticut. This will be the first retail outlet to open at Quarry Walk – Oxford’s Towne Center located on Route 67. 

The new store will employ more than 40 people from the surrounding community with more than 8,100 square-feet of retail space, offering customers greater variety than the average department store with thousands of one-of-a-kind finds including apparel for the family, home décor, electronics, furniture and more. In addition, donors will appreciate the Oxford store’s covered drive-thru donation station making donating hassle-free with attendants on hand to help unload donations from vehicles and provide donors with a tax receipt for their contribution. 
 
WHEN:
Friday, October 21
9:00 a.m. 
 
WHERE:
Goodwill Store & Donation Station
274 Oxford Road
Oxford, Connecticut
(Quarry Walk – Oxford Towne Center located on Route 67) 
 
WHO:
Vickie Volpano, President & CEO of Goodwill Western& Northern Connecticut

First Selectman George Temple, Oxford

State Representative David Labriola
Kayla Reasco from US Senator Chris Murphy’s office
Tom Haynes, Owner/Developer of Quarry Walk, Oxford
 
IN DETAIL:
The new Oxford Goodwill Store and Donation Station will be the first Goodwill location in town. It marks the 19th Goodwill store to open in western and northern Connecticut. The first 75 customers to enter the new store will enjoy a $5 Goodwill gift card. Additional opening day specials include a free reusable shopping bag with any purchase and an opportunity to enter to win a $200 Goodwill shopping spree. For more information
about the new Oxford store, or to find a nearby Goodwill location, please visit www.gwct.org

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