Friday, November 27, 2009
In Bad Economy, St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores Holds 2nd Annual Black Friday $ale TODAY!
As millions of Americans continue to struggle in this bad economy, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is here to try and make Christmas a little brighter for children, women and men.
The local Society will hold its 2nd Annual Black Friday Extravaganza TODAY, November 27, at its three thrift store locations in Los Angeles, Long Beach and Oxnard. Shoppers will not only save HUGE dollars on Christmas gifts, but the store revenue will help the Society's charitable services for families and individuals who have very little at this time of the year.
The Black Friday sale at each St. Vincent de Paul store will include 50% storewide savings (some exclusions apply).
Shoppers will find trendy fashion, fine home decor, hidden treasures and much more at a fraction of the retail price!
"There are many people who are still struggling to make ends meet in this challenging economy. We want to make it easier for them to shop for Christmas, so that they can enjoy this blessed time of the year with their family and friends," said Tony Terrazas, store director for the Society's L.A. Council, which serves the counties of L.A., Ventura and Santa Barbara. "This sale also benefits our charitable services to the thousands of children, women and men who are seeking St. Vincent de Paul's assistance during the holiday season."
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul's stores can be found at:
* LOS ANGELES: 210 N. Avenue 21, L.A., CA 90031 / 323-224-6280. Sale will go from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
* LONG BEACH: 2750 Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90804 / 562-494-9955. Sale will go from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
* OXNARD: 1258 Saviers Road, 93033 / 805-487-1500. Sale will go from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free popcorn also will be available.
For more information, please call 323-224-6273.
Thanks to St. John Bosco High School students for your day of service to the poor and homeless at St. Vincent de Paul of Los Angeles.
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