1211 Quince Street SE
Olympia, WA 98501-2455
Phone: (360) 943-4710
Fax: (360) 943-0804
Established by Kanako Wynkoop in 1996, Dumpster Values is more of a community space than a thrift store. Supporting three non profit organizations, each advocating for the homeless and the lower income sector, the shop features vintage and secondhand clothes, vinyl, records, accessories and more. Browse through the collections here and you will definitely find something that is trendy and pocket friendly. Don't forget to bring cash along as credit cards are not accepted here.
Deadbeat is the go to choice for many of the city's music fans for old-school vinyl records featuring their favorite bands and artists. Apart from new and used records, the store also offers a collection of cassettes, CDs and collectibles. At the core of any good record store lies a deep passion for music, and Deadbeat is no exception. The store doubles up as a concert venue, and hosts live performances by local and touring bands every night. Bands that have performed at Deadbeat have included the likes of Jesus on the Moon, Shadows, Sister Girlfriend and Light Thieves.
Tuxedos are an easy way to looking sharp and smart. Mr Formal, with its extensive range of tuxedos, suitable for any man of any age, gets you spruced up and looking fine in no time.
Prosser Piano & Organ Co, located on Tacoma Mall Boulevard, is a premier piano and organ music store. Their popular brand of pianos are made from quality wood and polished to perfection to provide you the finest musical experience of your life.