Re­store Thriv­ing in Span­ish Fork and Orem

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Habi­tat for Hu­man­ity of Utah County is very ex­cited to have one of their Re­Stores thriv­ing in Span­ish Fork. It has been go­ing strong now for one year and continues to re­ceive gen­er­ous sup­port from south county res­i­dents. It is lo­cated at 253 W. Ar­row­head Trail Rd. right across from IFA.

The Re­Store is a do­na­tion based build­ing ma­te­rial thrift store. Their in­ven­tory con­sists of new and used build­ing ma­te­rial, fur­ni­ture, ap­pli­ances, paint and ac­ces­sories, hard­ware, cab­i­nets and many other items. They have some­thing on sale ev­ery week, and it pays to shop of­ten be­cause the deals sell fast.

With 29,000 square feet of space they have lots to look at and buy. It is an ad­ven­ture ev­ery time at the Re­Store. All pro­ceeds from the Re­Store fur­ther the mis­sion of Habi­tat for Hu­man­ity by help­ing to elim­i­nate sub-stan­dard hous­ing and give hope to those in need in Utah County and around the world.

An­other Re­Store lo­ca­tion is at 340 S. Orem Blvd in Orem with just as much ex­cit­ing shop­ping avail­able. Whether you are build­ing, craft­ing, re­mod­el­ing, or just like to shop, the Re­Store has what you need at a frac­tion of the price of con­ven­tional stores. Also, the Span­ish Fork Re­Store has some event items (wed­dings etc.) for rent. Dur­ing 2013 both Utah County Re­Stores kept over two mil­lion pounds out of the land­fills and was able to save cus­tomers thou­sands of dol­lars. The Re­Store also re­cy­cles alu­minum cans and scrap metal and uses that money to fur­ther their cause.

Do­na­tions of items listed above are ap­pre­ci­ated and can be taken to ei­ther Re­Store Mon-Sat be­tween 10 am and 5:30 pm at the north dock area. Any ques­tions call (801) 877-0202 or Orem at (801) 344-8527.

Sub­mit­ted by Rick Mcbride

Scotty White, Reg­gie Crowe, Man­ager Mikeal Cur­tis, and Jordan Eli­ison are ready to help you find what you need at Re­Store.

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