HOLDERNESS -- The Pemi-Valley Habitat ReStore is moving to 1116 U.S. Route 3 in Holderness, at the junction of Route 175, next to Veggie Art Girl.
The ReStore opened at the Ashland location about four years ago, but it quickly exceeded everyone's expectations and, within two years, it had already outgrown the space. The new store will have twice as much space at 2,800 square feet. In addition, this new location will provide much greater visibility and traffic, which will hopefully, allow Pemi-Valley Habitat to raise more money to build more homes for deserving, hard-working families.
"We're so excited to be moving into a new space that will afford us the ability to reach more people and offer more great items at a reasonable price," said board member and ReStore Committee Chair Charles Flood.
The ReStore carries both new and gently used home items. All profits go to support PemiValley Habitat for Humanity chapter's mission, which is to eradicate substandard housing at the local level- building simple, decent, affordable houses for families in our community.
Pemi-Valley Habitat has been working to get the new space ready for several weeks now. During the moving process, the ReStore at its current location will be closing on Wednesday, July 31. Items will be moved over, and donations will be accepted at the new location starting on Tuesday, Aug. 6. The ReStore will open at the new location on Aug. 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, Aug. 11 from noon to 3 p.m.
"We have the greatest customers imaginable," said Flood. "People shop at our ReStore because they know they are getting quality used items, sometimes those hard-to-find goodies, for a greatly reduced price and they feel good about contributing to Habitat's cause of building affordable housing in their own community. It's a real feel-good experience."
For more information, call 603-536-1333 or visit www.pemivalleyhabitat.org