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Fill-a-Bag Sale promotes fashion

CITY Mission Op Shops is hosting a special ‘Fill-a-Bag Sale’ on Sunday 21 of March in Moonah to provide op shop lovers with affordable and sustainable fashion options.

The exciting sale will mean shoppers can fill a standard supermarket bag full of women’s clothing and shoes for $5, with some never-before-seen stock available on the day.

There will be a huge amount of women’s clothing available and new stock put out every hour of the sale.

All profit from the sale of goods at City Mission Op Shops helps to fund important programs in the southern Tasmanian community.

These programs include Mountain View, which is a supported accommodation for people experiencing homelessness, and Small Steps and DIY Dads which are live-in parenting and life-skills programs for young mums and their children, and single fathers and their children.

The Fill-a-Bag sale comes as City Mission Op Shops continues to receive large quantities of donations from the local community.

The organisation hosted a similar sale in September last year, in order to clear a large amount of stock from the warehouse and provide affordable clothing options.

The previous sale was held in the City Mission Op Shops Sorting Warehouse.

This year, the Fill-a- bag sale will be held at City Mission Op Shops Moonah Clothing store, which is located at 15 Main Road, Moonah.

“It is thanks to the support of the community that we are able to offer these amazing sales to our customers,” Hobart City Mission chief executive officer John Stubley said.

“We have seen a huge increase in quality donations, and we are pleased to be able to provide really affordable prices for the City Mission Op Shops community.”

The Fill-a-bag sale runs from 10am to 5pm on Sunday 21 March at 15 Main Road, Moonah.

The bag size is a standard reusable supermarket bag and the sale applies to women’s clothing and shoes only.

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