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WearHouse Gamblers Sale is a deal for bargain hunters
The Junior League of Charlotte hosts semi-annual event
 
Published Tuesday, July 22, 2014 9:30 am
by Staff Reports

The Junior League of Charlotte is hosting its summer JLC WearHouse Gamblers Sale through August 9 to clear out summer merchandise to make way for fall.

The sale is geared toward shoppers who live “the thrill of the hunt.” The deals get better as the weeks progress. Through July 26, shoppers can take advantage of discounts as high as 50 percent off. July 27 – August 2 savings increase to 60 percent. Merchandise will be marked down 75 percent August 3-7.  The final two days of the sale are “Dollar Days.” Featured deals include $1 shirts, $2 pants and $3 suits. The sale applies to all thrift inventory.

Each year, the Junior League looks to the Gamblers Sale to transition the store from summer to fall merchandise. Local shoppers are able to capitalize on deeply discounted thrift clothing. At the end of the sale period, JLC WearHouse donates all unsold thrift merchandise to local nonprofit organizations including churches and agencies that serve homeless and displaced families.

The JLC WearHouse is located at 1117 Pecan Avenue in Charlotte. Store hours are Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Sunday from 1-5 p.m. The WearHouse will close early on August 9 at 2 p.m. and will be closed August 10 for season changeover. Visit www.jlcharlotte.org for more information.

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