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“11 INCREDIBLE THRIFT STORES IN WASHINGTON DC WHERE YOU’LL FIND ALL KINDS OF TREASURES” BY ONLY IN YOUR STATE

Only In Your State mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “11 Incredible Thrift Stores In Washington DC Where You’ll Find All Kinds Of Treasures” on April 14, 2017. “…If you love hunting for fabulous finds and one of a kind treasures, you need to visit these 11 incredible thrift stores in and around Washington DC! …Buffalo Exchange is a chain thrift store with a location on Logan Circle. They usually specialize on trendy clothes and recent fads but you can also find some vintage items as well. …”

 


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“FASHION TRENDS FOR COACHELLA 2017” BY SAN DIEGO ENTERTAINER MAGAZINE

San Diego Entertainer Magazine mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “Fashion Trends for Coachella 2017” on April 6, 2017. “…In a matter of days Coachella will be here, so time to grab your fun flare before it’s all sold out. …Store we recommend for inspiration:…Buffalo Exchange…We hope you find some inspiration to look and feel your best as you rock out to your favorite bands. Happy Coachella 2017!”


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“YOU CAN GET CLOTHES FOR A $1 AT ONE OF THE BEST THRIFT STORES IN NYC” BY TIMEOUT NEW YORK

TimeOut New York wrote an article on Buffalo Exchange titled, “You can get clothes for a $1 at one of the best thrift stores in NYC next month” on March 22, 2017.

“…On April 22, popular nationwide thrift chain Buffalo Exchange is giving everyone an irresistible reason to go out and support its stores. In honor of Earth Day, the company will offer a wide-selection of clothing and accessories for men and women for only $1 apiece. Most importantly, all the proceeds will be donated to the The Humane Society of the United States. …”



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“BUFFALO EXCHANGE IS NOT JUST YOUR AVERAGE CONSIGNMENT STORE” BY USA TODAY 10 BEST

USA Today 10 Best featured Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “10 New Orleans Specialty Boutiques Where You Can Find That Perfect Something” on March 17, 2017.

“…Buffalo Exchange is not just your average consignment store. The New Orleans location also has a costume section, outrageous shoe options and consigned sparkly numbers that feel like playing dress up any day of the week… One of some 45 stores in 17 states, the New Orleans location has good stock and a friendly, helpful, easygoing staff, all of which makes for a relaxing shopping experience. …”



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“BUFFALO EXCHANGE FORGES A COMMUNITY COLSET” BY THE LANTERN

The Lantern wrote an article on Buffalo Exchange titled “Buffalo Exchange Forges a Community Closet” on January 30, 2017.

“Buffalo Exchange is a clothing company that recycles fashion by reselling clothes bought from customers to be traded or sold to others — and now it has come to Clintonville at 2643 N. High St…While Buffalo Exchange is relatively new to Clintonville — having opened in early December — the company started in 1974 and has spread to 49 locations in 20 states over the years. Weldon worked in the Texas, Minnesota and Washington, D.C. locations prior to coming to Columbus. …”

 


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“5 THINGS I LEARNED FROM LIVING ZERO WASTE” BY NYLON

Nylon mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “5 Things I Learned From Living Zero Waste” on January 24, 2017: “Buying recycled clothing is significantly more rewarding than fast fashion…I hit up my local Buffalo Exchange to shop for secondhand threads. My mission? To find a party look that stood out among a sea of Zara knockoffs. I scored a unique pair of square-toed metallic gold heels and an embroidered velvet dress. I looked great, and the fact that I shopped responsibly made me feel that much more confident.”


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“COATS FOR CUBS DRIVE BRINGS WARMTH, BONDING TO ORPHANED WILDLIFE” BY THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN

The Pueblo Chieftain mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Coats for Cubs drive brings Warmth, Bonding to Orphaned Wildlife” on January 18, 2017: “Coats for Cubs was founded originally by the Humane Society of the United States in 2005. Buffalo Exchange became involved in 2006 and in 2011 took over the operation as costs became too great for the Humane Society…The drive, which runs until April 22, has collected more than 12,000 coats since 2006. Last year, the drive collected and redistributed 1,178 furs…The furs provide bedding for animals. …”