Here's a fresh face you should get to know. It belongs to Andrew Carlson, new assistant manager at the Clark County Habitat for Humanity Store.
"Customer service is my heart, and I love being with people!" said Petty Blake.
Every exclamation makes that pretty obvious, and it's what makes us thrilled to have Petty on our team.
Pumpkins, cantaloupe, peas, tomatoes, squash, and watermelon…Mike Lepley is usually hard at work in his garden during the summer months. He’s still putting in some of those green-thumb hours, but he’s making more time for The ReStore now.
What is success?
For Richard Johnson, the answer is simple: good health, being able to watch his kids grow up…and just being able to give his 12-year-old son a $20 allowance every two weeks.
"It's a path to the heart."
- It's sunny out and remember you wanted to start those painting projects! Well, the Beaverton ReStore has hundreds... https://t.co/GSKUNdrBvm — 16 hours 28 min ago
- Join the conversation about reuse https://t.co/rdYVjh6ot7 — 16 hours 30 min ago
- Appliances and furniture are 50% off now and until we close on Friday. Hurry in. Tell your friends. — 1 day 17 hours ago
- Mannequins are in. Great for a spooky Halloween party or creepy photos. $5-$35 each. (ReStore Associates are not for sale) — 1 day 17 hours ago