Goodwill Industries will open its newly remodeled store in the Town of Tonawanda on Friday with a public ribbon cutting at 10 a.m.
The store at 3177 Eggert Road in the Colvin-Eggert Plaza will feature a new layout that includes updated signage and a new “Local Goodness” retail display featuring locally made products for sale, including items from McCullagh Coffee and Platter’s Chocolates, the organization said in a news release.
“When we set out to remodel our Colvin-Eggert Plaza retail store, we knew we wanted to create a space that better showcased our unique merchandise in a more engaging and modern way,” Lisa Churakos, director of retail and donated goods at Goodwill, said in the release.
Goodwill has also remodeled its West Seneca, Depew, Lockport and Hamburg locations since 2013. The Tonawanda store, which is closed Thursday for final preparation of the reopening, opened in 2009 as part of an effort to combat the poor economy.
Goodwill programs help people with literacy and job training.