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ReStores closed all day Monday, Jan. 4

While snow creates cheers among the young at heart, it can cause serious hazards on area roadways. That's why the ReStores in Portland, Beaverton and Vancouver will remain closed all day Monday, January 4. We look forward to greeting you on Tuesday!  In the time being check out our Facebook page and Twitter for news, fun and upcycling ideas!

ReStore Holiday Schedule: Closed Dec. 24, 25, 26 and Jan. 1

The ReStore staff will be snuggling with their families on December 24, 25, 26 and on January 1, 2016. So store locations in Portland, Beaverton and Vancouver will be closed Dec. 24, 25, 26 and on New Year's Day, January 1, 2016. We hope you have a wonderful and safe holiday season and we look forward to seeing you in our stores in the new year.

Ugly Christmas Sweater Day Sale Dec.18

Wear your ugly Christmas sweater while you browse through the ReStore and you'll get 25% off one regular-priced item Friday, December 18--National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day! But we won't judge. Whether your Christmas sweater is awful or awesome , we'll give you 25% off one item Friday only at all three of our locations: Portland 10445 SE Cherry Blossom Beaverton 13475 SW...

ReStore trucks newly wrapped, just in time for the holidays

Wrapped and ready to go! All four ReStore trucks have been wrapped with cheerful new designs that depict a portfolio of ReStore home improvement goods and themes. We want to drive home the message that you can discover something new (and used) every day at The ReStore. Take note that our fourth vehicle also carries the Salvage Service brand. We hope you'll be seeing The ReStore trucks...
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Working beyond retirement: The Oregonian taps The ReStore's James Morgan

It used to be when we'd think about our senior years, we would imagine kicking back and playing golf every day, taking up a new hobby, exploring the country in an RV, or spending oodles of time with the grandkids. But more and more that golden age of retirement finds people in the red. In a recent Oregonian article by George Rede, he states:          ...

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