Wild Bill’s Liquidation Station is Paying It Forward

A local business is to Pay It Forward with warm clothes for those in need.

Liquid Asset Partners, based in Grand Rapids, has set up a program at Wild Bill’s Liquidation Station on at 28th Street.  Their company is currently reselling new clothes from a troubled company in New Jersey. Brand new items are sold at 70%-90% off.

The store is also looking to give back to the community with their Operation Warmth program. Customers who buy at least one item also can pick out an additional clothing piece that the store will donate to the homeless this holiday season.

“We are going up to 10,000 items. We encourage our customers to give back by picking something out. It’s no extra charge to them. We’re looking for people to be active with this. That’s the only way it’s going to work,” Brian Ottenweller, store manager said.

Donations can be made at Wild Bill’s Liquidation Station. The donation window has been extended to November 30.


3 Comments to “Wild Bill’s Liquidation Station is Paying It Forward”

    Clothing Closeouts said:
    November 24, 2012 at 8:29 AM

    First thanks for uploading the informative video, you described your stuffs very well. And this is a good news also to announce the extension of your event up to 30th November.

    breaking news said:
    February 7, 2013 at 4:45 AM

    Thanks for this article. I will also like to say that it can always be hard while you are in school and merely starting out to initiate a long history of credit. There are many college students who are simply just trying to make it through and have long or good credit history is often a difficult point to have.

    Leonard Dukes said:
    April 2, 2013 at 2:28 AM

    Okay, now I'm curious. What company would go so bankrupt that it would need another store just to sell its stock?

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