Goodwill Holds Housewares & Electronics Warehouse Sale

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For the next three weekends, Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee will give
shoppers a unique opportunity to purchase housewares and electronics at bulk prices, directly from the warehouse.

The Goodwill Warehouse Sale will be at 1000 Herman St. in downtown Nashville from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays for the remainder of this month — June 12-14, 19-21 and 26-28.

Merchandise will be priced by containers of three sizes: a 13-gallon shopping bag full for $10, a shopping cart full for $25 or a Gaylord (4-by-3-by-2.5-foot) box full for $50 (box not included).

When: Friday-Sunday, June 12-14, 19-21 & 26-28
7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: 1000 Herman St.,
Nashville, Tenn. 37208

“We can offer this first-ever Warehouse Sale thanks to the overwhelming generosity of our donors, who have continued to support Goodwill even throughout the pandemic and while our stores were closed,” said Goodwill’s Vice President of Donated Goods Leisa Wamsley. “It gives us the chance to offer this treasure hunt like no other, in which shoppers can purchase one-of-a-kind, vintage or brand-name housewares and electronics exactly as we received them from their previous owners.”

More than 2,000 Gaylord boxes of donated goods have been set aside for this sale, which will take place in more than 5,800 square feet of warehouse space. A vast amount of merchandise will be available to shoppers at any given time, and fresh merchandise will be brought in frequently.

Health and safety precautions similar to those in place at Goodwill stores and Outlets will be in place, and merchandise will be arranged to encourage social distancing. Goodwill recommends shoppers wear face- coverings and gloves.

No clothing or books will be sold. Customers should bring vehicles large enough to transport their purchases immediately, as no items will be held. Gaylord boxes and pallets are not included but can be purchased for an additional fee.