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New Consignment Shop Coming To Purcellville

21st Street has a new business! Re-Love It is Purcellville's new "consignment" store which is owned by Mike Oaks and his fiancé Kim Patterson. Mike, who is also a metal artist & sculptor, stated that their grand opening has been delayed by about two weeks due to the mounds of white stuff wreaking havoc on our roadways. This of course caused a spiraling effect for their potential consignment clients who are trying to bring in their unique treasures in hopes of improving needed cash flow. Mike pointed out that their store need not be confused with Blue Ridge Hospice's Thrift Store. The difference being that in a consignment store individual's are selling their items verses giving them for a tax donation to a thrift store. He also stated that any items that did not sell would most likely be donated to Blue Ridge Hospice.

Kim feels that their sporting goods section, will be a great hit with parents with children who have outgrown a sport and wish to recoup a portion of their monies or some parent with a child new to a sport.

So come on down to 21st Street and see the many nook & cranny stores Purcellville has to offer!! Mike & Kim's web site can be found at http://www.reloveit.com. As Mike says, "Everyone has something they want to get rid of"

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