Shoppers: What’s the scariest place on Earth?
Some may suggest eerie forests, dark swamplands, or dangerous neighborhoods are frightening – and so they are. But plenty of consumers might point to their own wardrobe closets, attics, or storage areas, particularly as autumn begins. Who knows what dusty old items linger in such spaces?
Maybe it’s time to clean things out and pass along things we don’t need anymore.
Enter the Million Acts of Goodwill program.
Shoppers support the Million Acts of Goodwill program in two ways: by donating gently used apparel, accessories, and home textiles to their local Goodwill stores and by shopping at participating department stores during the Goodwill Sale Event.
The Goodwill Sale Event, running through Saturday, October 5, applies to the entire Bon-Ton family of department stores, which includes:
- Boston Store
The coupons are worth 25 percent on apparel, cosmetics, fragrances, handbags, shoes, and other items at these stores.
Donations are also accepted at these retailers, in exchange for the same shopping coupons.
The Goodwill Sale Event is held twice annually, in the spring and in the fall.
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