July 23, 2018Store Reopens Today to Unveil Elevated Shopping Experience, Updated Interior
SANTA ANA, Calif. – July 23, 2018 -The doors to Goodwill of Orange County’s Santa Ana store on Bristol St. reopened today to unveil a remodeled and revamped shopping experience.
The store’s remodel created a new, open floor plan and included a number of updates to its interior. Highlights of the remodel include a new cash wrap and fresh paint, installation of concrete flooring, updated in-store graphics, reclaimed wood wall accents and new fitting rooms.
The store closed for construction on July 7. The remodel is part of Goodwill’s retail expansion plan for 2018, which includes remodels, relocations and new store openings.
The Bristol St. store will continue to stock thousands of donated gently-used items, including apparel for all ages, shoes, home décor, electronics, furniture, appliances, jewelry and sporting goods.
More than 93 cents from every dollar spent at the store, and all Goodwill of Orange County stores, is reinvested into Goodwill’s programs and services that help people facing barriers to employment, including individuals with disabilities and veterans, find and keep meaningful jobs.
The store is located at 2118 S. Bristol St., Santa Ana, CA 92704.
Hours of operation: Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
About Goodwill of Orange County
Since 1924, Goodwill of Orange County has been in the business of helping people who are facing barriers find and keep meaningful employment. Founded on the belief that every person should have the opportunity to achieve the independence that work provides, Goodwill is most recognized for being the conduit where donated goods are sold in America’s favorite thrift stores to generate the revenue that provides the services to those who face employment challenges. Celebrating its 90th year in 2014, Goodwill of Orange County has supported hundreds of thousands of Orange County residents since its inception by creating and providing quality training and employment services to empower its program participants to be productive and independent. The nonprofit organization has dozens of programs that support this effort, including the Goodwill Rogers A. Severson Fitness & Technology Center, Orange County’s only facility specially designed for people suffering from chronic illnesses and physical disabilities; its global approach to serving veterans and their families, Goodwill of Orange County Tierney Center for Veteran Services, which helps former service members and their families find resources and services to meet and serve their unique needs, including housing, job placement, education, and wellness; and its Assistive Technology Exchange Center (ATEC), which provides access to more than 1,000 state-of-the-art technology devices for children and adults with disabilities. These are just a few of Goodwill of Orange County’s innovative programs that have served those facing barriers in Orange County for the past nine decades. In 2012, Goodwill was named one of Orange County’s Most Trusted Brands. To learn more about Goodwill of Orange County, visit ocgoodwill.org.
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