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White Elephant sale continues, with Valley location set to close Saturday

UPDATED: Thu., July 9, 2020

Pat Conley gives a pat to Elie the Elephant after unloading her in the White Elephant parking lot on Division Street in Spokane. The structure was built for the Spokane Valley store but just recently arrived and won't be installed before they close the stores.   (DAN PELLE/The Spokesman-Review)
Pat Conley gives a pat to Elie the Elephant after unloading her in the White Elephant parking lot on Division Street in Spokane. The structure was built for the Spokane Valley store but just recently arrived and won't be installed before they close the stores.  (DAN PELLE/The Spokesman-Review)
By Thomas Clouse The Spokesman-Review

The going-out-of business sale at both White Elephant stores in the Spokane area continues until Saturday, which will be the last day shoppers can obtain items at the location in Spokane Valley.

However, any merchandise that does not sell at the Valley store, located at 12614 E. Sprague Ave., will be moved to the store on North Division Street. That store, at 1730 N. Division, will remain open until all the merchandise is sold, owner Rich Conley said.

“I would guess at least by August before we’re done,” Conley said. “Then we have specialty things on display that everybody wants to buy. We’ll figure out how to move them, maybe through an online auction.”

As of Wednesday, the remaining items at both stores have been marked at 40 percent off, Conley said. The store hours remain unchanged at 9-6 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

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