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Reader: Goodwill hunting for Cherry Creek shoppers a stupid idea

Goodwill Industries of Denver is opening two new stores this spring -- one a major store in Longmont, which will hold a job fair to fill thirty positions starting tomorrow. Good idea.

But that boutique store in Cherry Creek?

Says Rockdove:

Stupid idea.I can't even believe that they don't get why.

Says Jenn:

I hope they train them well, because I found an obviously fake (and kinda beat up-looking) Prada clutch in the case at the one on Broadway for $100, and at the same store I found (and purchased) a not fake Kate Spade handbag in mint condition for $6....

The Cherry Creek store, going into the former Homer Reed space at 303 Josephine, will be called Deja Blue; it's scheduled to open on Saturday, March 17.

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