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Listen Thrift Store on Miracle Mile set to reopen

Staff Report
Published: 6/2/2020 9:19:13 PM
Modified: 6/3/2020 2:36:57 AM

LEBANON — Over two months after the outbreak of COVID-19 forced Listen Thrift Store to shutter its doors, the shopping staple is opening up again.

The 387 Miracle Mile store will reopen Wednesday with daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. hours, according to a post on the store’s website Tuesday.

People are welcome to start donating their gently used clothes at the Lebanon location, but employees cannot help load or unload a person’s goods due to concerns over spreading the virus, according to the website.

Listen will also have other safety precautions in place: a greeter will answer customers’ questions at the door, everyone is required to wear a mask, and the number of people allowed in the store at a time is limited, according to the post. There will be masks available for people who don’t have them, as well as hand sanitizer, and glass barriers will separate customers from employees at the checkout line.

The store hasn’t announced a date to reopen its Canaan and White River Junction locations.

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