An “upscale” recycled attic junk store is opening south of Sinex, an an area usually filled with normal businesses. Looks like high priced garage sale items.
The theatrical production company’s new store called the Neverland Benefit Shop will feature donated fine furnishings, artwork, designer-wear, household items and other collectibles. All proceeds from the shop will benefit PacRep’s non-profit and educational programs, keep ticket prices down and help the company fund its productions.
“We’re trying to make it medium to high-end – sort of upscale,” said PacRep Founder/Executive Director Stephen Moorer. “It’s not a dollar store kind of thrift shop.”