Harford Magazine - Page 11 - Business with a mission - from page 9

Harford Magazine
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Business with a mission - from page 9

business to Pugh Zoo Rescue, a nonprofit that rescues homeless, abandoned or unwanted animals, and collected clothes and grooming items for Helping Up Mission, a faith-based addiction recovery service for men in Baltimore. She’s also allowed groups to set up informational tables in her shop.

 

Deb Comstock loves the business model of Thrifty Kitty.

 

A longtime customer of One More Time, the previous consignment shop in the space, Comstock has found vintage housewares, glassware and antique wicker baskets at Thrifty Kitty.

 

“I was just there, and my husband is going to kill me,” the Bel Air resident says with a laugh. “But the vendors are constantly bringing in new things. She has some great vendors in there with really cute stuff.”

 

Comstock went as far as to say she prefers Thrifty Kitty Resale Boutique to the previous tenant.

 

“I really miss the old store, but this one is different and has more new things than the old store did,” she says. “We really don’t have anything like it.”