Join us at the HabiStore on Saturday, April 20th, 2019 to celebrate Earth Day with a 25% off sale!
Help us to continue on our mission to keep as much as we can out of the landfills. With your help we keep 600 tons of materials out of the landfills each year!
Shop our already discounted prices on furniture, appliances, building materials, and home decor. This sale excludes paint and paint products.
All proceeds go to fulfill Habitat for Humanity mission and help Habitat for Humanity Tucson build and repair homes in our local community.
935 W. Grant Road
Tucson, AZ 85705
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