209 Minor St., Chattanooga, TN 37405
The clothing is over priced, $80 for a comforter that you can buy cheaper at a brand name store. It is used after all. The employees are rude, they will checkout customers in the line behind you and get mad when you comment. Don't shop there.
If you can put of with the rude lady that runs it you can find a deal every once in a while. They overprice items and then have over stock that is unsellable at the end of the season.
Terrible customer service and management. Used to go out of my way to shop, no more. Strict policies not customer friendly.
what a poor customer service
Very unhappy with their overpricing and rude cashiers..Looks like they hate to see us there ..
Okay selection, found a few things there. I rarely go, however, because the employees are rude, impersonal, and have no business in retail or customer service. If the employees were more inviting, I would defiantly go more often.
I shop here at least 2-3 times a week! This is the best thrift store in town! Everyone that works there is very friendly too!To get the best stuff you have to go in frequently or you will miss out!
I have been shopping at their Signal mtn. location and found amazing deals and expected to find the same here. Sadly did not. It is a great cause and will continue to shop at the bottom of the mtn. but will most likely not come back to this location. Their website explains everything they do, I am just not sure why such a price difference between the two.
Lots of upscale clothing. Recently have been working on getting it cleaned up, and overall, this is the place to find a bargain on a real treasure. But for antiques, they know their stuff. Ignore the lady at the register.
True thrifting is right. However, they have a new store, and it has been a bit on the pricey side of things. The old store is creepy, small, and the people working there are just plain rude, but if you are willing to get on your knees and dig or have hours to kill, you might find a treasure. Tough, but they are in a great donating spot.
Spend some time and you won't be disappointed. One complaint - terrible hours for me.
A "real" thrift store--standard pricing for everything, regardless of brand or condition. Found: Nearly new woman's Cole Haan suede wedge-sole boots for $2. Ignore the bums, the bossy employees, and the smell, and enjoy the true thrifting!