Time to donate denim for a good cause

Charity event has resulted in donation of more than 71,000 pairs of jeans to local shelters over the past eight years

Warehouse One The Jean Store is hoping to collect more than 13,500 pairs of jeans as they get set to kick off their ninth annual Denim Donor charity event.

Between Jan. 27 and Feb. 10, customers are encouraged to donate their gently used jeans, which will then be redistributed to shelters across Canada.

As an incentive, customers will receive 20 per cent off their purchase when they donate three or more pairs of jeans, 15 per cent off for two pairs donated, and 10 per cent off if they donate one pair.

Since beginning in 2005, Warehouse One has donated more than 71,000 pairs of jeans to local shelters.

The Langley Warehouse One is located at #150 20202 66 Ave.

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