SPRING FASHION FOR MEN & WOMEN!
We’re now buying spring fashion! We need your tees, tanks, shirts, shorts, denim, skirts, dresses, shoes, and accessories (hats, bags, belts). Don’t forget we also buy fantastic vintage and unique items. Clean out your closet and bring it in for cash or trade on the spot at your local Buffalo Exchange. Also checkout our wanted bulletins.
[Posted Feb 19, 2015]
Baby squirrels sleeping in donated Coats for Cubs furs.
GIVE YOUR FURS BACK TO THE ANIMALS
Jan 2, 2015 to Apr 22, 2015
Provide comfort and bedding for orphaned and injured wildlife now through Earth Day, April 22, 2015. Donate your real fur apparel including coats and accessories, to our Coats for Cubs program at any Buffalo Exchange location. These donations are sent to rehabilitation organizations across the United States, and provide a natural and nurturing environment for the recovering animals. Since 2006, Buffalo Exchange has collected nearly 10,000 used furs through the Coats for Cubs program.
Atlanta - PT
Love fashion? Why not apply today! Your local Buffalo Exchange is always accepting applications for entry-level Buyer positions. Looking for cheerful, dependable, and energetic quick learners with knowledge of fabrics, styles, current retail trends and eras. Challenging, fun, fast-paced retail environment. As an employee, you'll receive on-the-job training in recycling fashion. No prior experience necessary. Part-time employees must be able to work 3 days a week, including at least one weekend day. This is not your regular retail job!
Join Buffalo Exchange, a values-based, growing organization practicing open-book management and business literacy training. A love of fashion and clothing is essential. Compensation is competitive and based on experience and credentials. Benefits include: health, dental, and vision insurance for employees working 20 hours or more per week; paid time off for part-time and full-time employees; profit-based bonuses; merchandise discount; a 401(k) retirement plan; career advancement; and extensive training.
"FESTIVAL LOOKS FOR LESS" BY ATLANTA'S BARGAIN HUNTER
Atlanta Journal-Constitution's bargain hunter recommends Buffalo Exchange in “Music festival fashion for less” on April 25, 2014: “Music festival fashion has become an entire shopping category in recent years. … As festival season gets underway here in Atlanta with CounterPoint this weekend, here are a few ways to get stylish festival looks for less … Shop resale: Let's face it, festival fashion is stuck in the 1960s and 1970s, so what better way to emulate the styles than to shop the actual styles at vintage or resale shops? Buffalo Exchange … has lots of great options for festival gear and if you take in some old clothes to trade you can shop on credit and save even more money. …”
"GREAT PLACE TO MAKE A FEW BUCKS" BY CLARK HOWARD
Clark Howard recommends Buffalo Exchange in “8 Fun Ways To Save Money This Spring” on April 14, 2014: “Spring is the absolute best time of year. … And, this is actually the best time of year to save some money. … Spring cleaning is an annual ritual for many of us. Don’t just junk your unused stuff though! … And Buffalo Exchange, the rapidly expanding used clothing seller, is a great place to make a few bucks on the clothing you aren’t planning on wearing anymore. …”
“$1 CLOTHING SALE” ATLANTA’S BARGAIN HUNTER
Buffalo Exchange’s Dollar Day Sale mentioned in Atlanta Journal-Constitution's “Nedra's Big Deals: Free kids bowling, 50% off toys, $1 clothing sale” on April 10, 2014: “On April 19, stop by Buffalo Exchange for the $1 Day Sale in honor of Earth Day. All proceeds from the purchase of $1 items will be donated to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum to help fund its programs. Buffalo Exchange has new and used clothing and accessories that are purchased or traded from locals. …”
ATLANTA'S BARGAIN HUNTER "SELL IT, IF YOU CAN"
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution interviews Buffalo Exchange Founder Kerstin Block and recommends Buffalo Exchange in “Cash for clothes: selling vs. consignment” on February 25, 2014: “I checked in with two experts in the resale industry to compile a list of tips for anyone considering selling clothing as we approach spring. … Kerstin Block, president and co-founder of Buffalo Exchange, is celebrating 40 years in the resale business this year with a vintage Airstream pop-up shop touring the country. Buffalo Exchange opened its first Atlanta shop about a year ago. (The tour comes through town on March 31.) Things have changed in the world of resale, they both say. “We have gone from being a pariah, to being a huge fashion statement,” Block says. Here are some tips to help you determine if selling or consigning may work for you. … Designer bags are golden. Most resale stores can’t get enough of these. Buffalo Exchange may even make exceptions and take a high-end bag on consignment, Block says.”