Thrift City to close its Lewisville location

Thrift City
Thrift City is closing its Lewisville location on Dec. 31. (Brian Pardue/Community Impact)

Thrift City is closing its Lewisville location on Dec. 31. (Brian Pardue/Community Impact)

Thrift City will close its doors for the last time Dec. 31. The store, located at 1565 W. Main St., Ste. 100, Lewisville, sold secondhand apparel and home items. The company said it is closing this location because Lewisville ISD purchased the property several years before and is about to begin redevelopment on the property. The store will be open till 7 p.m. Dec. 30-31, and all items are 50% off. 972-221-2400. www.thriftcityllc.com
By Makenzie Plusnick

Makenzie graduated from Tarleton State University in 2019 with a degree in communications. While in school, she interned at the Weatherford Democrat and was editor of Texan News Service, a news outlet at Tarleton. She enjoys true crime podcasts, riding horses, and spending time with her dog.


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