TOP PHOTO: James Napier is the store manager at Hope Center Thrift Store and is taking care of some last minute business before the store opened in its new location last Thursday morning.
By Charlotte Underwood
LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – This week’s WLAF featured business is Hope Center Thrift Store. The Hope Center Thrift Store is now “bigger and better” after moving to its new location at the former IGA-Woodson’s Super Market building. The Grand Opening is today, Friday, May 5 from 9 am – 7 pm. According to store manager James Napier, there will be storewide sales going on during the grand opening, as well as drawings for door prizes and gift cards. “You don’t have to be present to win, just come in and leave your name and number,” said Napier.
According to Napier, Friday’s sales include 10% off all furniture. Blue Tag items are 40% off and Red, White or Blue Tag Clothes are also 40% off.
The Hope Center Thrift Store sells glassware, clothes, books, movies, furniture and “a little bit of everything.” It’s the place to go to find “great merchandise at incredible prices.”
The staff of the thrift store is “excited to have a significantly larger space, including the ability to serve the community better.”
“Come check us out at our new bigger and better location,” Napier said.
Seven Loaves Food Truck will also be on site for the grand opening from 11 am till 7pm selling food.
You can also check Hope Center Thrift Store out on Facebook.
For more information, call 423.562.1118. The Store is now located at 1221 Jacksboro Pike in the former IGA-Woodson’s Super Market building in LaFollette.
(WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 05/05/2023-6AM)