|Address:||199 Mountain Ave, Hackettstown, NJ 07840, USA|
|Working:||9AM–5PM 9AM–5PM Closed 9AM–5PM 9AM–5PM 9AM–5PM Closed|
Pleasant and rewarding. I frequent the Salvation Army stores when times are difficult and donate when times are better or there is need for a change. The Hackettstown Store in the past was not one of the better stores and I have to say things have changed incredibly. It has to be one of the best ones now, am I right? Pleasant and informative staff especially Peter, a polite, friendly and professional young man. He helped me with my purchase, the other day, a large sofa. He went the extra mile making it easier for me to put it in my trailer. The store was clean and organized. The volunteers looked happy and were all helpful. What changed? Oh! One suggestion, On a more difficult note because I hate to kvetch, there has been an older women there who has been a cashier it seems forever whom Im sorry to say, because of her tenure is why she is still there. She is really more engaged in conversing with customers as they check out than handling the long line that is created because of her lack of focus.OMG It takes her minutes per item to ring up a customer. I saw another cashier who had to come up to take up the slack move thru a half dozen folks by the time she had rung up that one. Please instead of being a cashier or letting her go maybe she should be a meet and greet person like at Walmart at the door or merchandise security , it seems more her speed. Speed being the operative word! I feel if anything would discourage someone from returning to your New Improved Store it is having to wait in an obviously unnecessary long line .
The volunteers are nice but the blonde middle aged crass chain smoking supervisor was incredibly ignorant towards myself and the store assistants as I dropped off donations at the end of the work day. I apologized to the volunteers and the elderly counter clerk for how poorly they were publibcally being treated on my account and I informed the supervisor that I will not donate to this store ever again. I understand wanting to help people in need, but Salvation Army needs to do a better job with their hiring of staff. Please demote your supervisor, as she showed by virtue of her unprofessional conduct tonight how unquestionably unqualified she is for such a position.
A little in disarray and dusty. Thrift stores and consignments in Washington, Main Street in Hackettstown and the Arc are all very well maintained. Salvation Army thrift store is a little better than the thrift shops in Dover but not by much. With time, I am sure you can get organized. After my visit I had to wash my hands at IHop. Hands were dirty.
The employees there are not friendly.They only make discount to people they want.and I think that store is made by people whose heart is great to help people in need But those employees do not show that.
An neat organized store reasonably priced goods. But on todays visit I didnt find anything I wanted to buy but hey there merchandise changes so maybe next time.
One of the most fairly priced Sals Ive been to. Found some interesting items here.
Casher very slow, manager yapping on phone. Gave up, put items back on shelf.
Every time I go there, the inventory is different but great
Employees closed early and refused to let people in. Sad.
Good deals and wide selection.
Very clean store
Mary M Ingrassia