The Bargain Loft Thrift Shop Reopens

Herndon-FISH Inc. reopened its thrift store, The Bargain Loft, this week to the public.

The thrift store (336 Victory Drive) temporarily closed mid-March due to COVID-19 but is now open to the public again under safety protocol.

The store is requiring that every customer and employee wear a mask and maintain proper social distancing at all times. Hand sanitizer will be readily available and no more than 10 shoppers will be allowed in the store at a time, according to a statement from the company. 

“We are delighted to reopen our store and look forward to serving our customers again,” said Mary Jo Baedecker, the Chair of The Bargain Loft Committee and a member of the FISH Board of Directors, and Barbara Williams, the manager of Bargain Loft. 

The thrift shop sells household items, furniture, collectibles, toys, women’s clothing, and other treasures. 

The Bargain Loft is also accepting donations. Donations can be dropped off at the store’s back door. All donations will go through a two to three-day quarantine period before going up on the shelves for sale. 

The store is open from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturday. 

Photo via The Bargain Loft/Facebook

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