We were not sure we could do this, but we’re happy to be able to offer another day at our amazing prepper sale. Now that food and many supplies have been removed, you can see everything else that is still for sale.
The original sale was quite overwhelming and we heard from many people that they would like an opportunity to shop again. This is IT ! There is still PLENTY left – washer/dryers, stoves, cook tops, freezers, refrigerators, bathroom fixtures, every door in the house, every light fixture. We still have landscape pavers and boulders, construction materials, tons of coal, scrap, tools, furniture in the house, clothing (all in good condition and resellable, seriously) and collectibles. This is a reseller’s golden opportunity.
One day ONLY – Saturday Oct 21st from 8-4. Please come with a truck. You really have to be prepared to lift, move and TAKE what you buy – off the premises by 4:00.
Many of you have followed the story on local news, newspapers, Facebook and the Huffington Post, about how this heartbreaking loss for one man turned into the fulfillment of his ultimate intention – to save people who were broken by a catastrophe. Due to a friendship the was just supposed to happen, our home owner, Joseph Badame, was able to donate a planeful of much needs food, emergency supplies, and items to meet basic daily needs to the forgotten American’s in Puerto Rico. This is was enhanced by community support and generous donations of The Medford Police and countless others. The Go Fund Me drive was endorsed by Medford’s own mayor, and Tony and Victoria Martinez-Barber, with the help of committed friends and associates, they did something Fema has not been able to do, and delivered those goods to the hands of the people who needed them.
When you come on Saturday, you will probably be able to feel the goodness that occurred there – the site of a modern day miracle, as far as we are concerned.
We will have a jar for set up if your good heart has the inclination to make a cash donation.
Hope to see you Saturday!