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Hope Outreach Marketplace Brings in New Product Lines

ENID, OK (March 28, 2024) — The Hope Outreach Marketplace funds 80 percent of Hope
Outreach Ministries’ five community programs. The Marketplace has recently expanded its
inventory list – adding new products at wholesale prices.

“With the goal of making quality, luxury furniture and flooring more accessible to the community, we’ve brought in brand new product lines that we offer at a fraction of the cost,” Director of Retail Ministries, Brooke Stephens said.

“Many customers have reached out, wondering if the Marketplace still offers thrifted, pre-loved items,” Chief Executive Officer Matt Lohman said. “Donated items still make up the majority of the Marketplace inventory.”

The Wholesale Section is located on the west end of the store, containing mainly name brand furniture and home decor items. These items are purchased by Hope Outreach Marketplace at a low cost. From sectionals priced at $900 that retail for over $2,000, to flooring priced at $1.99/square foot that retails for up to $4/square foot, Marketplace has a variety of affordable, brand new items.

To celebrate the new inventory arrivals, Marketplace is running a giveaway for one of the newly purchased sectionals. To enter, just spend $15 or more in-store, sign your receipt, and list your phone number. The cashier will then place you in the drawing, held on Saturday, March 30 at 7 P.M. at 215 South Van Buren.

“We want to invite you to come shop with us and check out all the new and exciting things we’re doing at the Marketplace,” Stephens said.

About Hope Outreach
For over 30 years, Hope Outreach has provided simple pathways to equip heroes like you to bring hope to so many. To the unemployed, the homeless, parents, those coming out of prison, and families in need. For more information, visit hopeoutreach.org

Blake Reese
Blake Reese is the Coeditor and Advertising Director for Enid Monthly. Writing and editing are passions of his, but he also enjoys the connections and relationships he gets to make by going out into the community. Blake is originally from Wichita, Kansas, but he relocated to Enid after graduating from college. He graduated from Wichita State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science accompanied by a minor in Communications. Blake definitely misses the city life from time to time, but he's happy to be a part of the Enid community.



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