I got a TV stand like that. It was a display and was getting tossed (approximately $200 brand new). Was asked if I wanted it and I said sure. Loaded it in my car after my shift went home and lugged it into my room and have had it ever since I worked retail and was instructed to damage the Freshly married horror pixel art classic shirt But I will love this clothes before bagging and trashing. I pretended to damage, bagged them, damaged the top few and had a coworker pick them up after work to donate to a shelter. That’s awesome! I know my local women’s shelter would occasionally get bulk donations from retail locations and it always made me happy to hear about. A lot of companies, especially luxury brands, will damage merchandise before disposing of it so that people cannot take it from the dumpster and use it. God forbid some poor person use their products and cheapen the brand.
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At GameStop we’d have things get pennied out that we were meant to destroy first and then dispose of. Usually things like strat guides. I held on to them and gave them away at midnight launches. Along with any old marketing materials that came off of our planogram So they penny out the Freshly married horror pixel art classic shirt But I will love this stuff that nobody wants, then destroy the game controllers and discs that people actually want. I work for a mid tier clothing brand (most stuff is around $100ish) that instructs us to destroy (like cut with scissors) unsellable merchandise so no one can try to return it for store credit. I think that’s dumb though so I usually just use a sharpie to mark the size tag so the clothings still usable, just not returnable. Returning the stuff seems like a bunch better reason to do something to it than “god forbid some poor person use their product and cheapen the brand”. It seems like the sharpie method makes a lot more sense. It still tells the store not to take it back, but doesn’t create waste. There is also the TJ Max, Nordstrom Rack, Marshall’s, option…. isn’t their stock just stuff retailers couldn’t sell?