360 N Stephanie St, Henderson, NV | Directions 8901436.053875 -115.045834
Neighborhoods: Gibson Springs
Employees have too much time on their hands as they get "girly-silly" at counter and won't even separate the clothes into sizes S M or L. Spent a lot of time sorting through the isles to find something suitable that fit! Many items overpriced, but sometimes stumble on a real "find."
Bad customer relation, rude manager and workers!! – Been shooping here since i moved from texas, the manager bonnie is a racist who hate the sight of black pple in d store, told the cashier not to let me pay for the goods which make s me wonder if it is privately run by her or is it really a community thrift shop that it was meant to be.
RUDE RUDE RUDE – I have been going to this Salvation Army location for years. I have donated to this location for years, and also picked up some unique items in "Sally's Boutique". The boutique is, for the most part, overpriced; I don't mind so much because if I see something I love, I buy it. Today I saw a neat necklace that was not priced. I asked the lady "How much"? She has been working at this location for many years and has always been kind and helping. She told me that it had not been marked yet, and that I would have to come back later after it has been marked; there was another lady behind the counter that was beginning to mark items. So, I went around the store, looked at a few items, picked up a banana republic jacket I liked, and went back to "Sally's Boutique" to see if it had been priced. The other lady that was pricing the items had just priced the necklace. I asked if I could have the necklace, and she GLARED at me and THREW the necklace next to the register and RUDELEY stated "No, it is not for sale". WOW! She THREW the necklace, as if I was bothering her!!!!!! Stunned, I put down the jacket and left. I will NEVER go back again!
Stocked exclusively with donated goods, thrift store contributes all earnings to Bible-based rehab programs throughout the world. – In Short
The Salvation Army is an evangelical Christian organization that devotes billions of dollars and thousands of volunteer hours each year to disaster relief, social services and other charitable causes worldwide. With proceeds going directly to adult rehabilitation centers, the Army's many thrift stores play an important role in furthering the organization's mission. Patrons of the stores pick through a diverse selection of moderately worn clothing, as well as second-hand furniture, electronics, books and toys at bargain prices.
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