|Finders Keepers' Crystal Smith|
packs for the big move.
The 3,500 square foot showroom in the former NAPA store features new customer amenities such as off-street parking, better wheelchair access, and an open concept floor plan for clutter-free shopping. Store workers' independence is also improved by the store's proximity to Hilltop's main hub at 3 State Street, which is now just a short walk away.
"The new location has a lot to offer," says Judy Welch, Hilltop's Coordinator of Vocational Services. "Its parking area makes it easier to load large items and accept donations. And we are in the heart of Mount Morris' 'antique row,' alongside other great shops as part of this community's unique, collaborative shopping experience."
|Angie Sutton helps prepare the|
new Finders Keepers store.
An official ribbon cutting will commence shortly after 10:00am, led by Finders Keepers worker Barney Pedraza, who recently earned a Bronze Medal for Alpine Skiing at the 2013 Special Olympics World Games in South Korea.
Finders Keepers sells gently used furniture, small appliances, clothing, home decorations, holiday items, books, and sporting goods, with new items arriving daily. All proceeds are used to enhance work programs for people with disabilities in the local area through The Arc, a 501(c)(3) private, not-for-profit agency. For sales, coupons, and store news, visit www.facebook.com/FindersKeepersTheArc.