Lifeline Cooroy Denim Sale celebrates 10 years

THE Lifeline Cooroy denim sale is celebrating 10 years on Thursday March 17 and is excited about the range of products available for this year's sale.

Customers can expect bargains, discounts and surprises during the three day event which will be from March 17-19 (including St Patrick's Day) at the CWQ Hall, Maple Street Cooroy.

The Lifeline Cooroy denim sale has something for everyone with clothing labels ranging from R.M Williams, Lee, Thomas Cook, Levis, Ralph Lauren, Billabong and more. It's a fantastic opportunity for customers to purchase donated quality clothing for bargain prices. "The quality of the denim is so good, we are always blown away that people are willing to come from miles away to get some great bargains" said Deborah Daybell, Shop Supervisor at Lifeline Cooroy.

All jeans are at super affordable prices and there will be more than just jeans and denim gear on offer, the sale will also have a healthy abundance of Driza-bone, leather jackets, Akubras, leather bags, belts, boot, quality Australian linen, tea towels and Manchester. "We invite everyone to join us to celebrate a significant milestone of the Cooroy Denim Sale. There are over 80 cartons of clothing ready to wear" said Deborah.

Lifeline Shops and clothing sales exist from the generosity of the local community- when you donate your good quality unwanted items to Lifeline they are sold to help raise vital funds for the 24-hour Lifeline Crisis Support Line 13 11 14. "This year there will be a cultural corner at the event with Australian paintings, bric-a-brac, aboriginal artefacts, Australian books and Guest speakers" commented Deborah.

The Lifeline Cooroy denim sale is about emphasising the fact that recycled or second hand clothing and furniture is an excellent option when looking to update the home or wardrobe.

Environmentally aware customers love the fact that they are helping to keep good quality, second hand items out of landfill.

For more information on the sale contact Deborah at Lifeline Cooroy on 5442 6464 or drop into Lifeline Cooroy and ask the helpful team for details.


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