Habitat for Humanity’s Round Rock ReStore to permanently close; Georgetown ReStore to remain open with a newly expanded sales floor
Round Rock, TX (Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021) – Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County (HFHWC) announced that it is closing the Round Rock ReStore, located at 3916 Gattis School Road, effective at the end of business Saturday, March 27.
Despite easy access and visible location, the volume of shoppers and sales never met the organization’s expectations. Following the closure, HFHWC will continue to operate the Georgetown ReStore and will further develop its online store. HFHWC is exploring developing pop-up stores as well as mobile donation drop-off and sales sites.
“The ReStore program will continue to be a part of Habitat for Humanity’s efforts in Williamson County with our Georgetown ReStore remaining open with a newly expanded sales floor. Closing the Round Rock ReStore was a difficult yet necessary decision. During these challenging times, we need to use our current resources to best meet the goals of all three HFHWC programs – Homeownership, Home Repair and the Restore,” said Debbie Hoffman, Executive Director of HFHWC.
A clearance sale of 50% off all items at the Round Rock ReStore will begin on Feb. 16. ReStore donations at the Round Rock ReStore will continue to be accepted for drop off on Saturdays from 9am – 3pm until Feb. 27. After that date, individual ReStore donations must be dropped off at the Georgetown ReStore’s donation site located at 2110 Old Airport Road only on Saturdays, 9am – 3pm. Corporate and retail donations will continue to be picked up by ReStore staff each week.
Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, TX