Chillicothe – A new way to shop is coming to Chillicothe in the near future Ohio Thrift.
The Columbus based company is now setting its sights on the Ross county area after expanding as far south as Washington Court house.
The company has 12 store mostly in Franklin County offers thrift and overstock items at a fraction of new costs. The company boasts 30 years of providing quality merchandise and services to Central Ohio.
The company model is a for-profit organization. Ohio Thrift obtains its merchandise from non-profit organizations, brokers, liquidations, and buy-outs. They directly from manufacturers, which allows them to offer the best prices and discounts to the public.
“Ohio Thrift has been able to provide non-profit organizations with much-needed funds while continuing to pay all local, state, and federal taxes applicable to for-profit entities. Furthermore, our constant strive to better our environment has resulted in Ohio Thrift becoming a major center for recycling of rags and other materials with a production of approximately 4 million pounds per year. For further information about our company, please contact us.“
The company also boasts of its recycled efforts of clothing or rags, in bundles of approximately 1,000 lbs, to be used for recycling and resale purposes.
The company offers a quick discount to its customers with its high turnover policy offering 25% to 75% off just within weeks of a item hitting the floor.
The company has said it will open in Chillicothe soon but have not unveiled its location, we have reached out to the company for more infomation.