TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A small business in Terre Haute expands.
Members of the community, along with Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett attended a ribbon cutting Saturday for Common Cents Discount Store.
The store, located off of 13th and Locust Streets, expanded by moving their location a few months ago.
It offers mostly used and some new clothes, shoes, and household items for a discounted price.
"It makes it easier for the community to be able to afford clothes and household items,especially with the babies, because a lot of women can't go out and buy brand new baby clothes and we do have new baby clothes in here," Common Cents Discount Store Co-manager Tammy Norris said.
The store is open Tuesday through Saturday.
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