A southern Minnesota ReStore location says they will be closing up shop.
The Habitat for Humanity Freeborn/Mower is closing their Albert Lea ReStore location. Leaders say the store was barely breaking even.
To help get rid of their inventory they are reducing prices by an extra ten percent each week, and this week is 20 percent off everything.
“We still will have a presence in Freeborn County. We’ll still be building houses; our brush with kindness program will still be very active here so doing the home exterior renovation projects, things like that,” said Executive Director Brigitte Campbell.
The last day of business will be on February 28. The Austin ReStore location will continue to operate as usual.
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