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    Orange getting its second Goodwill, replacing a shuttered Big Lots
    • October 8, 2023

    Orange residents may have noticed there is new life coming to a vacant Big Lots in the same shopping center as Home Depot.

    A temporary Goodwill poster hangs from the building at 1821 N Tustin St., where workers were seen moving in and out of the retail space.

    Goodwill confirmed the store will open by December, marking the second retail shop for the nonprofit in the city.

    The organization told the Register in September that it is on a 10-year expansion plan to double its footprint locally. It recently opened another new store in at 790 N. Brookhurst St. in Anaheim.

    CEO Nicole Suydam said in a Sept. 1 story that Goodwill OC has a “bold goal” of growing to about 50 stores by the next decade.

    The nonprofit operates 23 secondhand retail shops in the county, including five OC Goodwill Boutiques and its e-commerce platform

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    ​ Orange County Register