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    Thrift Shops in Orangeburg


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    Business Listing   Broughton Pawn Shop - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 536-2900


    Business Listing   Car Title Loans of America - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 268-9901


    Business Listing   Cash Country USA - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 268-0711


    Business Listing   Goodies and Gifts - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 268-9811


    Business Listing   Payless Thrift Store - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 534-9922


    Business Listing   Salvation Army - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 534-0785


    Business Listing   South Carolina Gold & Diamond Exchange - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 531-7566


    Business Listing   The Salvation Army - Truck Pick-Up - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 534-6805


    Business Listing   Title Cash - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 516-8130


    Business Listing   Title Max - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 531-3133


    Business Listing   Woody's Pawn & Jewelry - Orangeburg, SC - Phone: (803) 536-1711


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    Helpful Definition for: Thrift Shops


    Thrift shops in Orangeburg provide best quality and service in merchandise at great prices. They are dedicated to recycling millions of pounds of items that would normally go to landfills. They purchase new and used items from local charities and department stores, and in return provide additional, and often vital, funding for local Christian-based charities to benefit needy families and individuals.

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