Thursday, June 23, 2016

Get 50% off at Clothing at The Salvation Army Thrift Stores for their July 4th Sale

Salvation Army Thrift Stores host 
Fourth of July Sale

36 metro Detroit thrift stores offer 50 percent off clothing and more

Save by the dawn’s early light at The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan Adult Rehabilitation Center family thrift stores as they celebrate summer during the nonprofit’s annual Fourth of July Sale. Visit any of the 36 metro Detroit Salvation Army thrift store locations to enjoy 50 percent off clothing on Saturday, July 4. Most stores will open at 7 a.m.

In addition to 50 percent savings on clothing, shoppers will receive 10 percent off new mattresses and box springs and have opportunities to pick up great deals on accessories, home goods and other items during bonus sales announced throughout the day. From grilling and camping gear to shorts and water shoes, The Salvation Army is the place to save on summer attire and accessories.

“The Fourth of July celebrates the independence of our country, and our Fourth of July sale is helping more Americans become independent – from drugs and alcohol,” said Merle Miller, administrator of The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan Adult Rehabilitation Center. “By attending the sale and stocking up on summer essentials helps us to help the brave men and women who are facing their addictions at our rehabilitation centers.”

Proceeds from all stores benefit The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan Adult Rehabilitation Center programs at the Detroit men’s and Romulus women’s campuses. The ARC program is an independently funded, 180-day residential rehabilitation program for adults.

All thrift store merchandise is donated by community members. Help the ARC continue its work by dropping off gently used clothing, accessories, housewares, furniture and toys to the nearest Salvation Army thrift store donation center.

For specific hours of a Salvation Army thrift store and donation center near you, visit


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