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St Teresa Catholic Church - Buyer's Bargain Shop in Titusville, Florida

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St Teresa Catholic Church - Buyer's Bargain Shop

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(321) 267-4874

402 Main Street

Titusville
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FL
32796

St Teresa Catholic Church - Buyer's Bargain Shop is a business providing services in the field of Thrift Shops. The business is located in Titusville, Florida, United States. Their telephone number is 1 (321) 267-4874.

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St Teresa Catholic Church - Buyer's Bargain Shoprating:5 out of 5 based on 1 user reviews.
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Very Nice and Helpful Staff
Date Submitted: 2014-06-20
This is a clean and well stocked shop full of interesting items. It is well managed by friendly and helpful staff. Well worth a visit. :)
 
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 Thrift Shops, in Titusville, 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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