Bras not Brass.

National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011
National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011
National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011
National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011Black Tuesday - National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011National Wholesale Liquidators Grand Openning 2011

National Wholesale Liquidators reopened in West Hempstead. Nothing to do with brass … I love this store! I always love buying my $2.99 extesion chord while getting milk. And don’t forget your 2 car jacks for the price of one. Need 50 lightbulbs and christmas lights in July? This where you go. Shampoo for you ceiling? Someone thought its a good idea to make an automated shnitzel cooker out of cardboard? And the book section is awesome too – If you were wondering where the Word ’97 for dummies book went – this place is for you! And bookshelves. Lots of bookshelves. Probably the best place to go to get Sauder bookshelves. In order to “get there before everyone shows up” I decided to beat the crowd and go early. Apparently, I live in a telepathic neighborhood because everyone and his wife showed up. Families of vooloohoos (which are according to a famous hitch-hiking book source is a super-intelligent shade of the color blue), and mythical creatures all took off a day of work and managed to somehow arrive before I did. The line went around the block. And people were asking “Are they giving out anything for free?”

I started a conversation with, National Liquidator Director of Security Phil DeGorter (in Lon Gilandeze it’s pronounced “De-Gauww-du”) . He told me that people have been calling them up since 2008 and asking to reopen this store. I am happy they complied, and Phil made sure it all went smoothly for the mobs of people that showed up.
Unfortunately Phil did not see his shadow today and we are going to have to wait until April for spring.


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