Discover Western Prince William December 2017
Giant Food Center
Quality toys and Books
Plus teacher suPPlies
of $25 or more
12/18/17 through 12/24/17
Present this coupon at time of purchase. good for in-stock
items only. Not valid with any other offer, discount or previous
purchase. Excludes LEGO
of $50 or more
(Giant Food Center) Rt. 66W to Rt. 29 (Gainesville/Warrenton Exit).
Approx 11 mi. on Rt 29 to 1st Warrenton Exit. Right at 1st light.
9685 Liberia Ave, Suite 107, Manassas, VA 20110
Holiday cookies, yule logs,
cupcakes, and so much more.
Sugar-free, vegan & gluten-free
options also available.
Sunday, Christmas Eve:
New Year's Day:
Mon-Sat. 9 am-8 pm
Sun. 10 am-5 pm
ramp, that ease the donation process. Of
course, ReStore still runs trucks every day
to pick up donations from those who cannot
get items to the store, and all donations are
If you're out shopping, stop by the ReStore--
because you never know what kind of treasure
you might find! Sam explains that there is a
terrific mix of new and refurbished items.
"There's something for everyone," Sam says.
"From high-end pieces and building materials
to affordable items for those on a budget, the
variety of price points invites all shoppers."
The ReStore is open MondaySaturday
and is reliant on dedicated volunteers
to open their doors each day. Consider
giving of your time to help this organization
that serves so many. To learn more,
After more than three years in the planning,
a second Prince William County
ReStore location opened in October. The new
Woodbridge store, located in the Noblewood
Plaza at the corner of Minnieville Road and
the Prince William Parkway, has about
20,000 square feet of space to feature its
many items, from building materials to gently
used furniture to appliances and more, all
at 4090% off of retail prices. All proceeds
from the ReStore support adequate housing
initiatives and home repairs in partnership
with local families in need.
Operations director Sam Druetzler has been
with the Prince William Habitat for Humanity
affiliate for 12 years and oversees both the
Woodbridge and Manassas retail locations.
He notes that the community has welcomed
the new store with open arms, as evidenced
by the amount of donation traffic. "We are
fortunate to have had a lot of donations right
from the beginning," Sam says. Because
the location used to be a grocery store, it
has certain elements in place, including
a spacious unloading area and a covered
~ Nancy Griffin-Bonnaire
Operations Director Sam Druetzler and
Woodbridge ReStore Manager Beverly Moreno
A New ReStore