Deseret Industries thrift store throws Summer Party for community Saturday

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Deseret Industries (DI) on Aurora
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

In celebration of the summer season of thrift shopping, the Shoreline Deseret Industries (DI) thrift store is hosting an Open House on Saturday, July 8, complete with food, music, discounts and giveaways.

Open from 10am to 7pm, a free lunch (Dante’s Inferno Dogs) will be served from noon to 2pm. The store is located at 17935 Aurora Ave N in Shoreline.

Shoppers can also enter to win a 60-second Shopping Spree, where one lucky shopper will have the chance to fill a shopping cart with as many items as possible within one minute. The Shopping Spree is at 1pm. Additional giveaways will immediately follow the shopping spree. Shoppers will also have the opportunity to use a 30% off discount.

Photo courtesy DI

DI, known for its breadth of merchandise, will be overflowing with quality secondhand goods that day, receiving shipments from across the 43-store chain of DI stores in the western U.S. Restocking of merchandise will happen throughout the day. It’ll be a thrift shopper’s paradise with goods ranging from clothing to furniture to toys, books, housewares, sports equipment and even tools. A particularly large quantity of jeans, shirts and books will be in the store on July 8.

Additionally, shoppers will find ongoing promotions through the summer. Every Monday senior citzens receive a 15 percent discount; every Wednesday all jeans are $4; and every Friday shoppers can fill a DI shopping bag for just $10.

Deseret Industries is one of the larger thrift stores in the Seattle area with two locations – one in Shoreline and one in Federal Way. DI stores accept donations and provide tax slips to each donor

Deseret Industries (DI) is a nonprofit program owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In addition to thrift store operations, Deseret Industries also functions as an employment training center. At each of its 43 locations, Deseret Industries employs and provides on-the-job vocational training to residents of local communities across the western United States, giving them the skills, certifications and training to in a wide variety of career fields.


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