Smart shopping series: thinking thrifty

By on December 15th, 2011

Huge sales and big bargains the day after Thanksgiving herald the holiday season as shoppers search for the best deals. WUFT-FM’s Hannah Schrader brings us the second installment of WUFT-FM’s holiday shopping series, showing this year, shoppers are looking for savings that go beyond Black Friday and Cyber Monday–and they’re going to places that you might not think of when considering where to spend your money: thrift stores.

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The final installment of our holiday savings series will be featured tomorrow on the Frontpage Edition of All Things Considered.

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