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  • 1.Good Samaritan Ministries

    100 N Roan St

    Johnson City,TN

    21.19 mi

  • 2.Good Samaritan Ministries Inc

    603 Bert St

    Johnson City,TN

    20.76 mi

  • 3.Good Samaritan Thrift Store

    8491 Highway 19 E

    Roan Mountain,TN

    28.70 mi

  • 4.Good Tymes Enterprises

    228 Preston St SW


    13.85 mi

  • 5.Good Stuff Variety

    671 Old State Route 34


    29.15 mi

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By: Cecil B.
Salvation Army Thrift Store
Used to be a decent place but lately their prices have gone up drastically. I don't know if they're struggling or just being greedy, but you can't find a good deal there anymore. They supposedly hired an antique appraiser who thinks every beat up piece of furniture is worth a fortune. Along with that, everything else is overpriced. Save yourself some time and look elsewhere.
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