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Toowoomba shoppers rejoice! Endeavour Recycled Clothing (ERC) is back in town, bringing the high-quality, stylish fashions ERC is known for.
Not just that, ERC Toowoomba has moved to a bigger and better premises, now located at 323 Ruthven St (Rumours Convention Centre).
“The new store really focuses on our "Recycle with Style" motto,” said Endeavour Foundation Retail Manager Glenda Pietzsch.
“We have a brilliant space to show off the great range of well-known fashion labels and quality goods.
“An exciting part to this new site is that we have bridal and formal wear, offering Toowoomba residents an impressive range at affordable prices.
“Along with the wide range of high-quality garments, we have jewellery, handbags, books and bric-a-brac.
“And of course, there are always treasures to find, with a sprinkling of never-before-worn garments sent straight from boutiques, such as respected label George, Wish, Lili, Seduce and Mink Pink.”
Glenda encouraged shoppers to call in to store manager Lorelle and the team, and see first-hand why ERC has a fast-growing reputation as a leading recycled clothing label.
The new store has ample free parking and will opened on Monday 19 July, ahead of a grand opening celebration in August.
ERC Toowoomba is one of 35 ERC stores located throughout Queensland.
All proceeds go to Endeavour Foundation, which provides accommodation, education and employment opportunities to people with a disability.