Local Habitat ReStore will celebrate 10 year anniversary this weekend

Press release from Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity:

The Habitat ReStore will celebrate ten years in it’s Meadow Road location on Saturday, May 25 with a storewide sale from 9am – 6pm. All ReStore merchandise – including furniture, housewares, appliances, building materials, antiques and more – will be 25% percent off! 98.1 The River will be onsite from 9-11am, and free hot dogs and soft drinks will be served between noon and 2pm.
Asheville Area Habitat opened a retail store (Home Store) in 1990 and it was located on Biltmore Avenue until it moved to its current 31 Meadow Road location in 2003. After a significant renovation and expansion in 2011, the store was renamed Habitat ReStore. ReStore is the name used by most other Habitat affiliates around the country. The Asheville Habitat ReStore is currently ranked #3 in sales out of 775 ReStores nationwide!
The ReStore sells donated items to the general public. Proceeds help cover Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity’s administrative and fundraising expenses and provide funding for its building programs. Along with Habitat homeowner mortgage payments and Habitat’s Deconstruction program, the ReStore represents a sustainable funding source for Asheville Area Habitat. Furthermore, the ReStore diverts 1,400 tons of usable material from the landfill each year.
For more information, call the Habitat ReStore at 254-6706 or visit ashevillehabitat.org/ReStore


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