This looks like a regular store selling isle upone isle of new clothes. But in fact it is a recycle super store called Saver. All of the items sold have been donated by the public and the money raised by re-selling them is donated to charity.
According to their website www.savers.com/ To date, they have paid more than $1.5 billion over the last 10 years.
It’s an interesting idea adopting the super store model for charity shops. Maybe we should do more like this in the UK?
This store faces Walmart (the subject of my previous blog post) in the same parking lot in an area of Manchester crammed with chain stores reminiscent of George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead.