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Dress for Success Tampa Bay bargain sale

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Tampa Bay chapter of the international non-profit Dress for Success holds an excess inventory sale Friday and Saturday at Ybor City.

You can find bargains like $6 suits and $5 shoes at this cash-only sale at the Lions Eye Institute in Ybor City. You can also bring over reading glasses and eye glasses to donate them to the institute.

The sale organizers said, the proceeds will help Dress for Success Tampa Bay buy plus-size business attire and larger size shoes. It will also help pay for the boutique expenses.

The sale starts at 9 a.m till 7 p.m. Friday. It will be open Saturday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The institute is located at 1410 North 21st Street in Ybor City. All sales final, no children please. 

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