It is sometimes tough for a business to gauge the feedback of its users or clients. To that end, the volunteers at Liberty Thrift & Home Furnishings hope to gain some input from the community. Do you thrift shop? Do you go to Liberty? What do you think?
If you’d like to share your thoughts by taking the five-minute survey here for the organization, you can not only help the organization understand its customers, but will be entered to win a little something for your trouble.
“We want to hear from you, and this is your chance to tell us what you think of Liberty,” said a release from the charitable organization. “Even better, anyone who completes the survey will be placed in a random drawing. Ten lucky winners will receive a $25 gift card.”
Winners will be notified by email to make arrangements for delivery of the gift card. The survey is only open until Thursday at 9 p.m., so those hoping to enter should do so quickly!
Liberty Thrift has two local locations in Lower Providence Township. The Collegeville store is located at 3481 Ridge Pike. Its popular sister store, “Little Liberty” is just across the street at 3838 Ridge Pike. While the Collegeville store focuses on selling furniture, house wares, clothing for adults, shoes, accessories and more, the Little Liberty location focuses its efforts on children. With clothing, shoes, toys, baby equipment, bikes and more, the youngest in the family can find deals here.
The stores also have locations in Quakertown, Spring City and an “Outlet Store” in Pottstown. The stores offer free furniture pick-up for donations, and accept most gently used items. For more on donations, or to schedule a pick-up, visit the organization’s website here.
The nonprofit stores use the proceeds to benefit Liberty Ministries, located in Schwenksville.
The ministries “exist to server offenders in prison and ex-offenders in the community by showing God’s love, providing practical assistance, and supporting biblical standards of justice,” according to its website.
To take the Liberty Thrift Survey, click on the link. Remember, the survey will close on Thursday, March 20 at 9 p.m.