Thrift Stores Go Upscale

Anthea Raymond reports from New York on changes in the re-sale industry. Thrift stores, as they were once called, are selling more upscale merchandise and can bring in about 150-thousand dollars a year. Goodwill Industries, the largest in the resale business, has even started selling finer used items on the Internet.



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