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Spreading Goodwill: non-profit one of Twin Cities' fastest growing retailers

Goodwill Easter Seals planned an expansion of its Twin Cities stores back when the economy was humming. The recession and slow recovery have led more shoppers to look for bargains among the non-profit's mostly donated goods. Sales were up 20 percent last year and a second Roseville location is opening soon.
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Goodwill Easter Seals planned an expansion of its Twin Cities stores back when the economy was humming. The recession and slow recovery have led more shoppers to look for bargains among the non-profit's mostly donated goods. Sales were up 20 percent last year and a second Roseville location is opening soon.

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