After loosing everything inside of their store during Hurricane Sandy, the Atlantic City Goodwill is back in business.
The doors officially opened on Tuesday, and employees say they couldn't be happier since most were forced to go on unemployment.
They say business is now booming and that customers have been coming in non-stop, trying to recover from the storm as well.
"People are buying blankets, we are sold out of blankets. People are looking for pots and pans, and other people are getting dishes, cops and saucers. They are getting a little bit of everything because people are just trying to rebuild again and it's cheaper here," said Marta Jocobo-Jones, Goodwill General Manager.
Anyone who would like to donate gently used items to Goodwill can drop them off at the Ventnor Avenue store, Monday through Saturday from9:00 A.M. until 8:00 P.M. and on Sunday from 10:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M.
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