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UNLOAD On Dave & Carole at Goodwill
UNLOAD On Dave & Carole at Goodwill
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Saturday, May 3rd, 2014
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Clean out those closets and get rid of those old shirts and the shoes that are a size too small! And the pants that you keep thinking might fit someday! Don’t forget all those household items that just add to the clutter.

That’s right, Dave & Carole want all your extras. Well, they don’t… but Goodwill does!

On Saturday, May 3 from 10a-Noon, we’ll be collecting your donations at the Goodwill Store & Donation Center just south of Capitol off 124th Street in Wauwatosa!

Register to win tickets to see Alice Cooper with Motley Crue at Summerfest on July 4th! Plus, get a 30% off any purchase coupon from Goodwill.

DID YOU KNOW: In 2013, Goodwill diverted over 98 million pounds of clothing and textiles from landfills! Get more info at amazinggoodwill.com

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