Young woman

Bowling Green, KY

#1 Sep 24, 2012
I'm new to bowling green, I'm and looking for suggestions for places to take some of my clothes/shoes that I don't wear. Somewhere suitable for women from teens to early twenties.
Shop per

North Ridgeville, OH

#3 Sep 25, 2012
I apologies for not knowing the names but there are 4 or 5 on the bypass. Which one is best? No clue! Which one is the biggest? The one that use to be a Ponerosa I think, but if you're new in town you wouldn't know where Ponderosa use to be now would you? Sorry, duh moment!

I think it's called Beverly Hills Bargain Boutique. There are two of them and that is #2.

If all else fails there's always Goodwill.
Young woman

Bowling Green, KY

#4 Sep 25, 2012
Shop per wrote:
I apologies for not knowing the names but there are 4 or 5 on the bypass. Which one is best? No clue! Which one is the biggest? The one that use to be a Ponerosa I think, but if you're new in town you wouldn't know where Ponderosa use to be now would you? Sorry, duh moment!

I think it's called Beverly Hills Bargain Boutique. There are two of them and that is #2.

If all else fails there's always Goodwill.
I believe I have driven by the Beverly Hills boutique, so I will have to check those out. So you so much!:)
also a consigner

United States

#5 Sep 25, 2012
Beverly hills is the best! The main store is the pink building across from Wendys next to captain ds. They are honest ppl and I've been doing business with them for years! There is no one better in bowling green!!!
Riki

Westmoreland, TN

#6 Sep 25, 2012
There is also a Plato's closet on Cambell Ln.
Sarah

Alliance, OH

#7 Sep 30, 2012
The one on scottsville rd with the high prices is sassy sisters by southern lanes. They have been having sales and stuff is cheaper than it used to be, furniture is still high but they negotiate too. Most of the time they price stuff for what the consignor wants for it first to try and get that, then discount as they need to.

There's a new furniture one on broadway across from speedway Where the old piano store used to be they have some really nice furniture and its decently priced.
If your looking for clothing, there's a new one called new to you on the by pass where dukes was and they Are really cheap on clothing and have some nice stuff.
amy

United States

#8 Oct 1, 2012
Check out junkyard gypsies on the bypass. Right down from the jr foods close to Arby's.
soon to be rich

Louisville, KY

#9 Oct 2, 2012
let us think: 1. people in bg go to goodwill because....they have all the "brand" names. 2.people in bg who want the best deal 4 the cheapest price...go to goodwill. 3. the name says-----goodwill.
soon to be rich

Louisville, KY

#10 Oct 2, 2012
i also want to open a resturant!!!
soon to be rich

Louisville, KY

#11 Oct 2, 2012
rest-a-u-rants
Tabitha

Corydon, IN

#12 Oct 2, 2012
Go to Michelle's on 31 and Broadway(Scottsville road)
Vote for Buggs Bunny

Corydon, IN

#13 Oct 3, 2012
let us think: 1. people in bg go to goodwill because....they have all the "brand" names. 2.people in bg who want the best deal 4 the cheapest price...go to goodwill. 3. the name says-----goodwill.

Actually I have seen many of the owners, especially Beverly Hills Bout. at good will with baskets full. Of course they know what brands and style that are ageless. But Clothes lion on the By-pass is pretty good too.
WKU Gal

Portland, TN

#14 Oct 3, 2012
Elite Repeats on the by-pass used to be a really good shop. There are a ton just on the by-pass, so it just boils down to preferance. BHBB is great, and they are super picky- but thats how theyve maintained their rep. Michelles accepts formal attire, so if you have prom or wedding dresses, I would recommend them. Ive never heard of Sassy Sisters, but I think Ill check them out(: The Clothes Lion used to accept more than just clothing, but not sure now. They also used to have an amazing selection of vintage jewelry.
i dont think so

Bowling Green, KY

#15 Oct 4, 2012
Vote for Buggs Bunny wrote:
let us think: 1. people in bg go to goodwill because....they have all the "brand" names. 2.people in bg who want the best deal 4 the cheapest price...go to goodwill. 3. the name says-----goodwill.
Actually I have seen many of the owners, especially Beverly Hills Bout. at good will with baskets full. Of course they know what brands and style that are ageless. But Clothes lion on the By-pass is pretty good too.
I doubt very seriously if John and Gary go to the Goodwill store. They are super picky about the age, condition and name brands of the clothing they accept on consignment.

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