Welcoming Reusable Finds!

Reusable Finds will host a Grand Re-opening Ribbon Cutting Celebration on Saturday, November 8, 2014 from, 11am – 5pm.  The Director of Sales of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, Robert Hacken will be master of Ceremonies. The new storefront warehouse is located at 5320 Custer Street, San Diego, CA 92110.  Guest will enjoy discounts, refreshments, and live entertainment.

The Reusable Finds 5000 sq ft resale store and workshop warehouse is where we showcase our finds and select purchases, and it is also where we Recycle, Re-purpose and Reuse items that deserve a second at product usefulness.

The new space will also feature the new paint line of HGTV Star, Cari Cucskey. The Chroma•Color™ is a water based Paint & Primer in one. It is Green Safe with low VOC's and creates a soft, smooth finish. The easy-to-use paint line includes 15 colors. Reusable Finds will also debut their new garden that the folks at Good Neighbor Gardens planted. An aggregate food farm is developing in the neighborhood. Good Neighbor Gardens is a community sustained urban sharecrop and they will be sharing methods for growing organic seasonal produce in small spaces, composting kitchen scraps and taking back our health one bite at a time.

 “For those customers who want a DIY project of their own, they will be able to purchase a piece of furniture and a can of paint at the same time!”, said Virginia Mergener, Founder/Owner of Reusable Finds. “We are so excited about all the new happenings here at the warehouse.”

In addition to the opportunity to shop for reused items and keep reusable items out the landfills, Reusable Finds also offers services such as, estate liquidations, house & garage clean out services, and Vintage Staging Rentals. All share the same Reusable mission. 

“We are excited about our new location and invite shoppers of Bay Park and surrounding communities to come celebrate with us,” said Virginia. 

About Reusable FindsReusablefinds.com is committed to recycling, salvaging, and re-furbishing as many finds as possible for reuse in our goal in diverting usable materials from landfills.