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cape ( azette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, JANUARY 3- MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 2014 41 Unfinished )For more information: wlnt, Thrift shop has been going strong since opening in summer of 2013 After opening in June 2013, Un- finished Business: A Community Thrift Shop is going strong and breaking records, according to owner Lynne Maloy. "2013 has been a whirlwind. The unique concept is taking Sussex County by storm, and we are doing just what we are supposed to be do- ing," said Maloy. Unique among thrift shops Unfinished Business gives 85 percentof its profits away to a different nonprofit organization each year. Traditionally thrift shops are owned and operated bythe organizations that get the financial benefits. "Not us," says Maloy. Every year or every two years, a different organization will be chosen to receive sup- port. This year, the profits go to CAMP Rehoboth. "I was a big fan of CAMP Rehoboth before we opened and now, well, I am their l iggest cheerleader. CAMP runs great programs, doesn't waste money, is focused and caring all at the same time," said Maloy. The structure is not the only difference in Unfinished Busi- ness versus the traditional thrift shop. It is small, compared to others in the area. "But we are mighty," says.Maloy. "We have 60 to 80 percent turnaround in inventory every 25 days, which means there are always new and interesting treasures to be found. Plus, every day, items at drasti- cally reduced prices are always available." Complaints have been heard that there are too. many thrift soon follow, more people go out, shops in area, and that can more people buy, etc. etc. etc, I have a negative effect on ev- love that there are six or so thrift eryone's giving pattern. Maloy shops within a few miles of us. disagrees. The more thrift shops We work together with all of that are around, the more thrift- them." ers are attracted to the area, and Unfinished Business is a place the more customers there are where goods can be donated to for everyone. "It's like fast food be refurbished and sold. It saves marketing of days gone by," says landfill space, is efficient and Maloy. "Once one opens, others benefits the community. "It's a SUBMITTED PHOTO MILTON RESIDENT HONUO MATHIS, left, and Lewes resident Esther Friend organize the books at Unfinished Business: A Community Thrift Shop. k good place to own," says Maloy. "It makes the fabric of our neigh- boxhoods more interesting." Unfinished Business is behind Panera Bread on Route 1 north of Rehob0th Beach. It is open seven days a week serving cus- tomers and accepting donations. Like on Facebook, go to www. or call 302-752-6225. Buying or selling a home is an important, complex decision. Depend on my 20 years of real-estate experience! 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