State of Michigan's MiStore opens to public for holiday sale

Shoppers to get deals on surrendered, donated and seized items

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LANSING, Mich. - The state of Michigan’s surplus store, MiStore, will open its doors to the public for a one-day holiday sale in Lansing.

Items seized by police, donated to the state or left unclaimed at public properties will be available for purchase on Saturday, Dec. 16.

“Every year we have a great turnout for the holiday sale,” said Carrie Rambo, manager of the state’s surplus program. “This year, we have items ranging from computers, phones and cameras, to sporting goods, musical equipment, tools and much more.”

The one-day store will be open from 8 a.m. to noon at 3111 West St. Joseph St., Building 600.

Payments can be made with cash and credit cards. All items are sold as is only at the store. No loading assistance will be available. No returns will be accepted and no refunds will be given.

For more information about MiStore, visit www.michigan.gov/surplus.

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