What started out out as a fundraising energy for youth mission excursions has blossomed into a flourishing business with a few spots that will celebrate its 15th anniversary the weekend of Friday and Saturday, Aug. 6-7.
Harvest Thrift Retail outlet opened in the decreased 50 % of a Sugarcreek company with a desk whole of used products for sale, and has developed into retailers on point out Route 39 in between Walnut Creek and Sugarcreek (across from the Amish Flea Market place) and two suppliers in Wilmot.
Throughout the 15-12 months anniversary sale, every thing in all three outlets will be 15 % off. There also will be totally free snacks provided for site visitors.
Bethany Schmid is the supervisor of the Wilmot Thrift retail outlet. She is not stunned by the guidance the keep gets from the community. She defined the retailer at 102 E. Primary St., Wilmot, truly opened 11 years in the past, and included the Thrift Shop Annex when the setting up subsequent door (112 W. Primary St.) grew to become out there.
Prospects come to be like spouse and children
Schmid explained some of the customers have come to be like family because they occur so usually.
“We truly get to know and count on our standard buyers,” she said. “Our other locale (near Walnut Creek)