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Liquidation Warehouse
Expands to Innisfail

Brand name and quality items at affordable prices to help you save money. That has been the mission of the family owned and operated Liquidation Warehouse since Jonathan Scott opened the doors in October 2020. What started in Airdrie has now expanded to a second location in Innisfail.

“We saw a need in the Innisfail community for our business model of premium goods at discounted prices,” says Scott about the location he and his family opened late last year. “We have already noticed a strong trend in clothing sales in this location. In fact, we have been thanked by some customers for bringing in a selection of men’s clothing.”

Instead of paying a premium price for a winter coat, Liquidation Warehouse has an extra-large men’s puffer jacket for just $35 (plus tax). Warm shearling boots can be had for just $29 (plus tax). Those in the healthcare profession can find scrubs and soft soled shoes for work. Ladies looking for maternity wear can also find deals. Selection and pricing vary, but with frequent shipments there is always plenty to explore in the clothing aisle.

Scott continues, “We are carrying a lot more furniture too, and mattresses have become top sellers. We keep on getting busier as shoppers discover they can save 30%-50% on new items when they shop at Liquidation Warehouse.”

It’s easy to see why furniture and mattresses are exploding in popularity at both locations. Where else can you get counter height barstools – stylish ones – for under $150? Or a queen sized upholstered platform bed frame for under $400? Need a dining room table? A supportive chair for your office? You’ll find those too. You can even find grocery and household items such as brand name laundry powder, cereal, granola bars, cake mix, and snacks. All the merchandise at Liquidation Warehouse is new or like-new and in excellent condition.

Albertans are expressing increasing concern over their ability to manage their finances, particularly in relation to debt repayment. A consumer debt index published by MNP, a national insolvency trustee, highlighted that Albertans are the most likely in Canada to be stressed about their debts. Half of Albertans surveyed said they were concerned about their level of debt, and 71% were worried about their ability to repay those debts. This financial stress is leading some Albertans to dip into their retirement savings to meet day-to-day expenses. Given this scenario, it's crucial for Albertans to adopt money-saving strategies to mitigate their financial stress. One effective way to save money is to shop at outlets like Liquidation Warehouse. This approach allows Albertans to stretch their dollars further and potentially alleviate some of their financial concerns.

The merchandise and prices are subject to change and it is first come first serve, but no matter when you visit, you will find great deals on a wide variety of goods. If you have yet to check out this local, family-owned business, stop by the new location at 4934 49 Street in Innisfail. You won’t be disappointed.

Learn more about Liquidation Warehouse online and on Facebook.

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