Marysville Goodwill Holds 12th Annual Western Days Sale

by Katherine Boury, Seattle Goodwill
August 7, 2013
Cowboy Hat with a Jet Plane and Clouds in the Background

Fans of western clothing and gear won’t want to miss the Western Days Sale at Marysville Goodwill, located at 9315 State Avenue, on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 16 and 17. The sale has grown increasingly popular every year, and shoppers from all around the region come to browse the tremendous selection. 

Doors will open one hour early on both days, at 8 a.m. to accommodate the large number of eager shoppers. There will be a line dance performance by the

Lake Stevens Line Dancers at 1:00 pm and the band Lucky Strikes will perform 3:00 – 4:00 pm both days.

Throughout the year, Goodwill collects many western-themed items that are generously donated by people in the community. A huge selection of cowboy hats, boots, belts, buckles, horse saddles, western-themed clothing, jewelry and furniture along with many other items will be for sale.

The net proceeds from the Western Days Sale supports Goodwill’s free job training and education programs that help individuals with barriers and underserved people in the community find work and support their families.

Brown Leather Cowboy Boots“This sale is really a big draw because people know they can outfit themselves in great western gear at affordable prices,” said Store Manager Kelly Turner.  “What’s more, people shopping the sale help change lives through our job training program by providing individuals a means to be independent, secure and confident.”



Katherine Boury is the Communications Manager at Seattle Goodwill.

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