Now through October 3rd Goodwill and Elder-Beerman are teaming up for their semi-annual Goodwill Sale.
Customers bring in items to donate and in return Elder-Beerman will give them a coupon per item that they can then use to purchase new merchandise. For this special occasion the coupons will even qualify to be used on fragrances, cosmetics, brands like Levi, Fossil and Ralph Lauren and even on sale and clearance items.
"It's great because it's a way that the customers can...
Spring is on the horizon and so is Spring cleaning. Elder Beerman and Goodwill Industries have partnered together to give people motivation to donate, rather than throw out, gently used items you no longer want.
From now until March 28th, for each item you donate to Goodwill you can get up to 25 percent off items at Elder Beerman. At the Colony Square Mall, Elder Beerman has donation bins throughout the store. Store Manager, Annie Wolfer, said it's an easy way to clean out your closet...
Elder-Beerman is asking you to clean out your closets this week.
Since 1994, Elder-Beerman and Goodwill have been teaming up twice a year to collect donations for the Goodwill stores. Store Manager Annie Wolfer, said that this event goes far beyond collecting gently used items.
"It's a great way to support the community because when the donations come in, and go to Goodwill, that helps employ people, it helps to train people that have barriers to employment, its just a...
More than a hundred people met at the Goodwill Corporate Campus on the West Pike to celebrate 100 years in the community.
Since opening back in 1914, the Goodwill Industries in our area has spread its reach to ten counties in Southeastern Ohio and five counties in West Virginia. During that time they have continued their mission to help people in need especially those suffering from physical and mental barriers.
"We work with so many of our folks and this gives them a reason...
Zanesville City Council passes amendments of 1999 and 2002 agreement with Mattingly foods.
Port Authority Executive Director Mike Jacoby said that the company expanded two freezers on its property which required large investments. The agreements made years ago offered tax abatements to Mattingly. The company is currently adjusting their business model after losing a major contract with Bob Evans.
"One of the things they've done is change the ownership of the real property,...
Expansion could be in the future for two area businesses.
Tom's Ice Cream Bowl owner Bill Sullivan said it is his dream to expand his business and his wife's to have a gift shop. Sullivan is now attempting to make those dreams reality. He recently purchased a home next to the Ice Cream Bowl and plans to turn it into a gift shop. The gift shop will sell pottery and other items currently housed at the ice cream shop.
There's also plans for the outside of the proposed store.