Habitat ReStore Vail Valley opens temporary popup shop in Edwards through November
EDWARDS — Habitat ReStore Vail Valley will open a popup shop in Edwards to sell items recently received from two large hotel donations. The shop will be located in the Edwards Commercial Park. All of the items for the temporary store were donated from the former Lodge & Spa at Cordillera, thanks to Concerted Care Group, and from the residences at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek.
“We are pleased to have a long relationship with Habitat for Humanity to assist our local families,” said Mark Herron, general manager for the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek. “Giving back to the community is one of the many ways that we can bring our purpose to life: We care for people, so they can be their best.”
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore popup shop will be located at 210 Edwards Village Blvd., Unit A105, and will be open every Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the month of November. Rick Mueller donated the commercial space. Habitat ReStore’s primary location on Chambers Avenue in Eagle will remain open during regular business hours, as well. Items for sale at the popup shop include dressers, tables, chairs, artwork, TVs, lamps, couches, dishware, housewares, linens and mattresses.
“This is by far the largest donation in Habitat ReStore’s history,” said ReStore Manager Andrew Donilon. “We rely heavily on the generosity of donors, and the dollars raised through sales of these items will directly support Habitat’s current and future homebuilding efforts in our local community.”
For more information on Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore popup shop, visit restorevailvalley.org or call 970-328-1119. Photos of the for-sale inventory also will posted on the Habitat ReStore Vail Valley Facebook page.
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