We went there thinking it was overstock, liquidated, etc., type of operation. That's what all the commercials say. Of course the salesman didn't say a word.That does bring up a big question about the 'Dump'.
They say that they sell overstock and leftovers from other stores. Then why would anything take any time to ship? I mean, they don't order from the factory like everyone else at normal discounts.......that's how they get their great prices, they buy up unsold merchandise. Why the wait?
I've been to Gallery Furniture (didn't buy anything), Fingers (furniture didn't last long), and Star (most of our home furnishings). The Dump is okay, I guess, open ceiling - painted black, kinda dreary.I've never been to one but have been curious to see one.
Now you know how $299 can get 47 pieces to outfit a 5 bedroom house, delivered in 30 minutes.On the subject of furniture, my wife dragged me into a Rooms to Go store last week, just to see what their stuff was like. I am a stickler for well-made, solidly built furniture, and I have to say that Rooms to Go carries a boatload of absolute JUNK. Every single dining and coffee table, chair, and bed post that I laid my hands on flexed and creaked like Tinker Toys.