Elder-Beerman Goodwill Sale


Three Great Reasons to Shop at the Elder-Beerman Goodwill Sale March 9th-26

Enter for a Chance to Win a $15,000 Spring Style and Wardrobe Makeover!

Elder-Beerman invites you to donate items and shop during the Elder-Beerman Goodwill Sale beginning Wednesday, March 9 to Saturday, March 26.  Customers are encouraged to clean out their closets and bring clothing, shoes, accessories and other household textile donations to Elder-Beerman to be donated to Goodwill. Goodwill will then sell those items in its stores to help fund job placement and training programs for people who face challenges in finding employment in your community.

“Our customers look forward to the Elder-Beerman Goodwill Sale because it is an opportunity to receive great deals on the season’s newest trends while also helping their local communities,” said Terese Veroni, Marion Store Manager. “Our longstanding collaboration of more than 20 years with Goodwill is a hallmark of Elder- Beerman’s commitment to helping people in our community.”

Participating in the Goodwill Sale has never been so rewarding. Here are three great reasons to donate items and shop during the Elder-Beerman Goodwill Sale:

#1  You will directly impact your community by donating to Goodwill. Donate gently used items for Goodwill at your local Elder-Beerman’s department stores from Wednesday, March 9 to Saturday, March 26.

Here are a few popular donation needs:

  • Men’s and Ladies’ shirts & blouses
  • Skirts
  • Dresses
  • Men’s and Ladies’ denim
  • Men’s and Ladies’ business suits
  • Men’s, Ladies’ and kids outerwear
  • Shoes (athletic, dress, and casual)
  • Jewelry
  • Accessories, belts, scarves, hats
  • Soft home goods such as blankets
  • Luggage

“The simple act of donating during the Elder-Beerman Goodwill Sale has a positive and lasting impact on people in our communities who are looking for work,” said Bob Jordan, President and CEO of Marion Goodwill. “We are thankful for the generosity of Goodwill donors and Elder-Beerman shoppers for helping Goodwill provide the services people need to build their careers and care for their families.”

#2  It’s easy to donate and save on Spring fashions, beauty and home.

Donors receive coupons for up to 25 percent off for every item donated. Customers can also receive three coupons for a five dollar donation to Goodwill.  Goodwill Sale coupons are valid on nearly everything in the store and can be used to purchase stylish New & Now spring merchandise. Shop the five new trends of the season:

  • So Blue: Shades of blue from sky to navy
  • Pick Flowers: Bold watercolors to subtle blooms
  • Bold and Graphic: Colorful unexpected patterns and stripes
  • White Hot: Crisp, cool and timeless
  • 70’s Revival: Modern looks with retro flare

Another beautiful reward is receiving 15 percent off your favorite cosmetics like Estee Lauder, Clinique and Lancôme.

#3  You have a chance to win a $100 Daily Prize and a $15,000 Spring Style and Wardrobe Makeover.

We believe doing good deserves to be rewarded. Consumers who visit the Million Acts of Goodwill website can enter for a chance to win a $15,000 Spring Style and Wardrobe Makeover. To enter, visit http://www.millionactsofgoodwill.com and register to play the Spin to Win game. You could instantly win a $100 gift card—plus, each day you play, you will earn a chance to win a $15,000 Spring Style and Wardrobe Makeover. The winner will receive a consultation with a celebrity stylist from Visual Therapy, a closet review and edit and a shopping spree with the stylist at their local Elder-Beerman department store.



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