Did all your best spring cleaning intentions turn into summer cleaning intentions that are actually Get All This Stuff Out of Here mandates by either your family or your conscience? Believe me, we get it. Perhaps now that we have a battalion of “trash” cans marked down to just $1.00 each you can get a jump on your junk! With prices this low—and so many choices—you can buy a bunch of them and call them “organizational containers”! We’ll never tell.
40628-6. Just in time for spring comes this big basket of faux foliage! With its tallest faux-chute standing approximately 3’-high, your hankering for a little office shrubbery will be well met, indeed.
41348-33. Yes, it’s the B.L.U., featuring 12 lockable top cubbies and 12 tall, slender bottom lockers. Ideal if you and your team need to change into pads & helmets before your Lean huddles and PowerPoint presentations, but also swell for storing capes, party hats, and afro clown wigs. Measures 90 x 18 ½ x 78”H.
41334-57. This heavy unit isn’t called a double safe simply because it’s extra secure—it really has two independent safes with their own combinations (included). This piece also features a secure rolling deposit drawer mechanism for extra excitement. Measures 21 x 31 x 28”H.
You may be fit, but are you HYDRO FIT? I suppose these hand buoys are a good way to find out. Then again, a hydro fit is what my mom used to say I was having when I didn’t want to leave the swimming pool, so your mileage may vary.
Even our reclaimed wood has a cool story! The wood featuring on the front of our sales desk comes from 1950s-era UW bleachers (pock-marked by old cleats) that has been varnished and looks great, we think! You’ll also notice the lower side counter for our lower/ rolling customers!
40046-30. Back in my hometown this handy unit would have displayed The Pitch (KC shout-out #466). Here, it might have held The Stranger or Seattle Weekly. It’s a great, light-weight item, easily transportable, collapsible, and includes the poster display window.
Regardless of where you fall on the great pop vs. soda terminology divide (sodapop, anyone?), we’ve now got you covered and then some. Customers have been asking for some type of drinks machine in the Surplus Store—we’ve heard you, and we are now happy to offer a vending machine that offers soda, pop, water, juice, and energy drinks. The vending machine accepts both cash and debit/credit cards. Automatic for the people, yo.