Revivals Stores is adding a location at Indio Plaza, a popular shopping center with ample parking. This new location will meet increased demand from the community for the thrill of the hunt. The resale store chain’s broad community of generous donors provides a steady supply of stellar resale merchandise, available to shoppers alongside brand-new furniture and home décor.
The 18,000-square-foot store will bring Revivals’ unique mix of products to Indio consumers for the first time. Indio Plaza stores like Food 4 Less, Sally Beauty, and dd’s Discounts make it easy to visit Revivals Indio when shopping for the family.
Just like at the other three stores, Revivals Indio will keep customers, volunteers, and employees comfortable and safe with enhanced store safety and cleaning standards for COVID-19.
Opening Day: Saturday, May 15, 2021
Shopping Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sundays
Where: Indio Plaza
82-150 Highway 111
Indio, CA 92201
Donation Drop-Off: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday
Donation Pick-Up: (760) 318-6491
Revivals is now hiring customer service and product flow coordinator professionals! Please send us a private message on social media or email firstname.lastname@example.org. View all of our open position descriptions here: http://bit.ly/DAPHealthCareers.
If you’re looking for a volunteer opportunity, and you like to be in the middle of excitement while meeting people, Revivals Indio has several ways you can make an impact.
“We are really excited to open up our Indio store,” says Marcie Lerner, volunteer coordinator for Revivals Stores. “Our success depends on the generosity of our volunteers’ time.”
Please e-mail Marice Lerner at email@example.com for information about volunteering at Revivals Indio.
Donation Drop-Off on Weekdays
Revivals Indio offers assisted donations drop off Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m. Volunteers are happy to help unload your vehicle.
You can also schedule a free pick up by calling (760) 318-6491.
Known for influencing Coachella Valley resale industry by combining vintage and retail, Revivals is well known for affordability, discoverability, and its commitment to community.
“We are a resale store with resale prices, but we operate like a regular retailer,” says Dane Koch, director of retail for DAP Health. “Our stores are clean, they’re organized, they’re easy to shop.”
Revivals has a reputation for making resale shopping pleasant.
“Our philosophy is that that resale doesn’t need to be ugly,” says Mr. Koch. “It doesn’t need to be messy…it doesn’t need to be dirty.”
Shoppers enjoy the thrill of the hunt when shopping at Revivals. They are looking for something unique at the right price point. About 70 percent of the merchandise is resale and 30 percent is brand new. Revivals also features the Mode Furniture brand of new furniture, lighting, and home decor and has been voted Best Furniture store by readers of The Desert Sun.
Operated by DAP Health, Revivals Stores are located in Palm Springs, Cathedral City and Palm Desert. Revivals offers home furnishing from more than 50 vendors—including brand names such as Ashley, Diamond, and Coaster curated by the local buying team under Revivals’ Mode Furniture brand. “Revivals was early to innovate and is the only thrift store in America with its own brand of affordable new furniture,” explains Koch. “We buy a different assortment for each store location to reflect the communities we serve.”
The Palm Springs shop focuses on all things midcentury modern, the Cathedral City branch trades on value, and the Palm Desert outlets’ assortment is more traditional in style. The typical Revivals shoppers, however, likes to shop all our stores. They find that each one is unique.
The new Revivals Indio is expected to generate $1.2 million in revenue and $300,000 to $400,000 in profit. The three existing Revivals stores, meanwhile, contribute more than $1,000,000 to DAP Health’s budget.