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Closed for Business: STUFF Consignment

STUFF Consignment has been closed for at least a few weeks now, but this past weekend was the first time I had noticed the note on the door above. I had walked by on a few occasions and noticed the store wasn’t open, but didn’t think it was permanent.


I’ve raved about this shop in the Warehouse District before. Owned and operated by Glenn May, it was a great place to find nice second hand clothes. What I really liked about STUFF was the personal attention Glenn gave his customers. He’d offer advice and tips on style and clothing choices. He got to know his customers, their tastes, and what they were looking for.

The last time I had talked to him (a couple of months ago) he noted that business was a bit slower than usual, but it’s unclear to me why it’s no longer open.

STUFF Consignment was a great addition to downtown. Glenn’s customer focus and unique store will certainly be missed.


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