Habitat for Humanity ReStore to Close by end of Year

The Store Will Close When Merchandise is Depleted or by December 31

SUPERIOR, Wisc. – The Habitat for Humanity ReStore business located in Superior will close by the end of the year.

Western Lake Superior Habitat for Humanity’s Board of Directors made the decision to close the store and focus its energy and resources on the building and repairing of homes.

The store located on 1621 Broadway Street opened its doors in July 2013.

In a recent press release the organization says they will no longer schedule pick-ups or accept drop-off donations, but the store will remain open until inventory is depleted or December 31, whichever comes first.

“It is with sincere regret that our board informs our loyal customers, business associates, and friends of this decision to permanently close the Restore,” Board President Candace Fitzgerald said. “We are extremely proud of all that we have accomplished over the years serving our local communities and could not be more thankful to those who have believed in our vision by shopping, donating and volunteering at our ReStore.”

After Thanksgiving week the store will be open on Fridays and Saturday with a series of sales with increasingly discounted merchandise.

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