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    Sav-Mor Thrift Store

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    (714) 523-9540

    16500 Valley View Avenue

    La Mirada

    Sav-Mor Thrift Store is a business providing services in the field of Thrift Shops. Sav-Mor Thrift Store is located in La Mirada, CA on 16500 Valley View Avenue.

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    Sav-Mor Thrift Store
    Address : 16500 Valley View Avenue La Mirada, CA 90638
    •   (714) 523-9540
    •   No fax number available
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    Helpful Tip for: Thrift Shops

     Thrift Shops, in La Mirada, are retail stores that sell secondhand goods and articles, especially clothes, at reduced prices for charitable purposes. However, the items taken or bought from patrons at these shops, are duly reviewed for damages before they are recycled.

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