When: Thursday, August 15 - Donors Preview Night - 6:00 - 9:00PM
($50 minimum contribution can be made at the door)
Friday & Saturday, August 16 & 17 - 9:00AM - 9:00PM
(open to the public)
Sunday, August 18 - 10:00AM - 5:00PM
(progressive sale all day!)
Location: Crossroads Center, 466 Wylie Drive, Normal, IL
This is going to be one big blow-out sale to go out on a high note. It's the very last GLT Recycled Music Sale and we are just as sad as you to see it go. But a hard look at the performance of all our events made us aware that some changes needed to be made. It's been a great 22-yr run.
So. That means you're going to want to share this sale with all your friends and family. Let them know we're looking to send home every last LP with some lucky buyer and bring your pickup trucks. LPs & CDs are $1/each. Stereo equipment is checked and tested by our engineers, then priced accordingly. Most everything else is 2/$1. We never know exactly what will be donated, but we can usually count on thousands of LPs, CDs, and 45s; loads of cassette and 8-track tapes; VHS/DVD/Laser Disc movies; sheet music, a few instruments, and lots of equipment. There's almost always a strange and wonderful piece of equipment that you just have to own. It's tons o' fun, so plan to get there early and come back a couple times over the course of the sale.
We're offering extended hours on both Friday and Saturday nights, and we open early on Sunday. Sunday will also be a progressive sale - all merchandise will start at 50% off, and as the day goes on the discount goes deeper. On Sunday we'll sell LP boxes, too, so you can bring order to your collection at home.
If you're thinking of donating your old musical stuff, this is also your last chance. Really and truly. Drop-off locations will be in place starting July 1 - we'll have a list of all those locations at this site by the end of June. Let the fact that this is our last sale inspire you to finally let go of the musical stuff you no longer use. It will make the day of our serious collectors looking to fill some holes in their libraries.
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