Ross clearance sale happening now can save you a bundle
Houston – If you love a good sale, run, don’t walk, to your local Ross store. Every store has an unofficial clearance markdown sale at different times in January. We saw bloggers across the country buzzing about the sales, so we visited three Ross stores this week (Humble, Atascocita and New Caney) to show you the prices and types of items you can expect to find. A manager at the Ross store in Humble told us starting this week they are marking down everything that is on clearance. He said they markdown items each day until everything is gone, and it could take up to three weeks to get everything cleared out.
Copernicus Foundation sues to stop sale of former Jefferson Park firehouse, saying city never seriously considered its bid
But the president of Ambrosia, Tim Pomaville, said the sale involves much more than $1. The company has agreed to pay for environmental costs that could be at least $200,000. “It’s not really a $1 bid, first of all,” Pomaville said. “We have agreed to take on all of the environmental liability for this project as it fits right now.”chicagotribune.com
Houston’s biggest cookware sale starts this Sunday
HOUSTON – For more than 20 years, Chantal Cookware has opened its Houston headquarters and warehouse to customers for three weekends in November. This year, to help with social distancing, the sale will run for 15 days straight, starting this Sunday, Nov. 8. What: Chantal 2020 Warehouse SaleFrom gift sets to high-quality cookware, most items in the Chantal warehouse will be half off or more. When: Starting Sunday, November 8 - Sunday, November 22, 2020Open for 15 days straight. Mondays through Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.Sundays: Noon to 5:00 p.m.Where: Chantal5425 North Sam Houston Parkway WestHouston, Texas 77086
Furniture resale shop closing to public: Get high-end furniture on the cheap before it’s too late
HOUSTON – Since 2004, Southwest Surplus has sold second-hand hotel furniture to Houstonians on the North Freeway near Gulf Bank. Owner Phil Winterton sold the property and was given 30 days to clear out the 50,000 square foot warehouse and 20 tractor-trailers full of furniture and accessories. Closing time has finally come and the business will close to the public on Sunday. Many things, like TVs, have sold out, but you can still find chairs, sofas, some mini-fridges and other items still for sale. Dining room chairs:Dining chairs at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)Framed pictures:Framed pictures at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)Sofa sleepers:Sofa sleepers at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)Upholstered armchairs:Upholstered armchairs at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)Mini fridges:Mini fridges at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)Lamps:Lamps at Southwest Surplus (KPRC 2)Wingback leather armchairs: