With the huge success Re-Runs experienced during its first year on Main Street, owners Andy and Cindy Kofile found themselves running out of space.
The Kofiles said several building owners wanted Re-Runs to expand into their commercial buildings away from Main Street.
However, the Kofiles decided to stay on Main Street because of the merchants guild that continues to be the driving force behind the monthly First Friday Block Party and various parades and events.
“The new guild members are getting along great and working together to be all-inclusive of the goods and services every merchant has to offer,” the Kofiles said.
Re-Runs recently relocated to 503 W. Main St., across the street from the Senior Center Thrift Store.
“The great thing about consignment is that it is a “win-win” situation for both the seller and the buyer,” the Kofiles said. “The seller is able to re-coup some money for their department store clothing and goods and the buyer gets to shop for finer clothing and items without having to travel to the Valley.”
Re-Runs only keeps items on its shelves for 90 days. At that time, it is donated to local charities.
Re-Runs does not take donations. The Kofiles ask that donations be given to local thrift stores.