The Salvation Army Family Thrift Stores Invites You to Fall into Savings Nov. 3-Southeast Michigan
Seasonal sale offers 50 percent off clothing and more
DETROIT (Oct., 2018) – The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan Adult Rehabilitation Center is offering major savings during its Fall into Savings annual sale. Shoppers can refresh their winter wardrobes by saving 50 percent off their entire purchase of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3 at all 35 southeast Michigan Family Thrift Store locations.
Customers can enjoy great deals on cozy winter clothing, warm outerwear and other cold-weather essentials. In addition to 50 percent savings on clothing all day, shoppers will receive half off their entire purchase during the first and last hour of the Fall into Savings sale. Hourly bonus deals will be announced throughout the day in various departments, bringing guests even more value.
Proceeds from all 35 metro Detroit thrift stores benefit The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan Adult Rehabilitation Center’s independently funded, 180-day residential rehabilitation program for men and women.
All Salvation Army Family Thrift Stores run on community donations. Individuals can help The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center continue its work by dropping off gently used clothing, accessories, housewares, furniture and toys to the nearest Salvation Army Family Thrift Store Donation Center. For specific store hours or donation center, please visit www.semichigan.satruck.org.
About The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center
Founded in 1883, The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) is dedicated to helping substance abusing adults bridge the gap on the road to recovery. The ARC provides men and women a holistic faith-based approach to drug and alcohol rehabilitation at its campus in Detroit. With capacity to serve more than 250 program participants, the 180-365-day residential program emphasizes behavioral modification to replace self-defeating habits with more productive, meaningful activities. Residents move at their own pace through journaling; group and one-on-one counseling; work therapy; and classes on chemical dependency, relapse prevention, anger management and more. Completely self-funded, the ARC draws its entire operating budget from the revenue of its 35 Salvation Army thrift stores located in Southeast Michigan. For more information, visit semichigan.satruck.org or call 313-965-7760.
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