Goodwill Industries Relocates Gaffney Retail Store for Community Benefit

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(Gaffney, SC) – Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina (GIUMSC) is excited to announce the relocation of their Gaffney Retail Store to a new, more accessible location at 1320 W. Floyd Baker Blvd. in Gaffney, SC. This relocation is aimed at providing an improved shopping experience for customers and expanding community services through their Job Connection program.

The new location, spanning 14,221 sq. ft., will not only serve as a retail space but also house a Job Connection center. This program, operated by GIUMSC, connects thousands of South Carolinians with free career services annually, including employment leads, resume assistance, coaching, and skills training.

Pat Michaels, President and CEO of GIUMSC, expressed enthusiasm about the move, stating, “We are thrilled to relocate our Gaffney store to this new, more prominent location. This move underscores our dedication to serving the community by providing an improved shopping experience while also supporting our goal of helping individuals overcome barriers to employment.”

Operating hours for the new store and donation center will remain Monday-Saturday, 9am-8pm, and Sunday, 10am-7pm. Job Connection services will be available Monday-Friday, 9am-Noon & 1pm-4:30pm.

Goodwill invites members of the media to the pre-opening viewing, reception, and ribbon cutting ceremony on April 9, 2024, at 4pm.

Grand Opening Events for Gaffney Retail Store and Job Connection:

What: Grand Opening Events for Gaffney Retail Store and Job Connection

When:

  • Pre-Opening Reception & Ribbon Cutting: Tuesday, April 9, 2024, 4pm-6pm
  • Official Store Opening: Wednesday, April 10, 2024, 9am

Where: Goodwill Retail Store and Job Connection 1320 W. Floyd Baker Blvd., Gaffney, SC 29341

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