Minnesotans can finally bring the piles accumulating in garages and storage rooms to thrift stores without an hourslong wait.
Nearly all of the thrift and secondhand stores are now reopened after stay-home restrictions surrounding the coronavirus forced them to shutter from March to late May.
And they now report a more steady flow of traffic to drop off items. Those that have been open are reporting stronger sales than last year but with fewer customers, so several are offering sales to increase business. Read Full Article