Habitat ReStore to start ‘Make Me An Offer’ day
Habitat president: 'We want the customer to feel they got a bargain'
The Habit for Humanity ReStore of Cassville will be extending an offer to area residents that they could hardly refuse.
Beginning Thursday, July 12, the store will offer shoppers the chance to fill a shopping cart with merchandise from the store, then allow them to "make an offer," as part of a new monthly incentive called, "Make Me An Offer Day."
The 6,000-square-foot store sells a large variety of household goods, dishes, linens, tools, books, building supplies, furniture, knick-knacks and miscellaneous items.
The opportunity to save dollars and stock up on inexpensive household goods will be a recurring event on the second Thursday of each month, said David Hermann, president of Habitat for Humanity of south Barry County.
"The concept behind this is to allow a customer to come in and pick up several items or a whole shopping cart and make a reasonable offer for the entire cart or handful," he said. "We want the customer to feel that they have got a bargain and at the same time, we are clearing out the store to make room for more items."
The incentive excludes certain items including paint, large appliances, bundled wood and furniture.
The store is located between B&P Grocery and All-Points Recycling in Cassville on 10th Street. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.