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Goodwill’s ‘glam’ sale offers good deals for a good cause

Goodwill has spent the last few months hand-picking the very best merchandise from their stores on island all to fill more than 20,000 square feet at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall.

Whether you need to update you collection of aloha shirts or do some important back to school shopping, the Glam Sale is the place to find great deals this weekend.

The pop-up store opened Friday morning at 10 a.m. and quickly filled with shoppers.

“I found this really neat jacket and a lot of aloha shirts too from Reyn Spooner plus, a lot of old Tori Richards as well and even this old suitcase,” said shopper Michael Cabagbag, as he left with his treasures.

Hundreds of volunteers and a lot of planning have made this the biggest Glam Sale in the event’s seven-year history.

On average, Goodwill is able to help around 12,000 people statewide each year.

Their mission is a simple but important one: “To help empower people in the community by helping them to find jobs and providing them with job training and support services so that they can become self sufficient,” said Goodwill Communications Director Kelley Cho.

The sale runs through Sunday and Goodwill will be updating and restocking their inventory hourly.

The non-profit hopes to raise $300,000 by the end of Sunday’s sale.