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'Mega' Thrift Store to Open in Feasterville

Impact Thrift Stores is planning to open a new location in the old Value City building.

 announced today on its blog that it will be opening a new location in the Bucks Crossing Shopping Center on Street Road and Bustleton Pike in Feasterville.

According to its announcement, Impact's fourth location will be in the old Value City building next to the new . This new store will be Impact's first location in Bucks County and may be the largest on the East Coast.

Impact already has locations in , Montgomery Township and Norristown.

Impact's team is currently working with architects and builders and has made some progress on the 66,000-square-foot store, according to its blog post. The team hopes to begin setting up the store by the beginning of February and open its doors by the beginning of March.

The Impact Team also plans to hold clothing and donation drives specifically in the new Feasterville store in the coming months. Impact will be posting announcements on its Facebook, Twitter and blog leading up to the grand opening.

Nicole Jenet (Editor) January 06, 2012 at 02:45 PM
I've shopped at the Impact store in Hatboro and have found great items. Is anyone else excited about this store coming to Lower South?
Pam January 06, 2012 at 05:26 PM
WOOHOO ! Bought a pair of pants here , and I love, love, love them. AND they were only $8 ! Clean out your closets ladies. Remember your trash is someone elses treasure. ;-)

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