GREEN BAY - A discount clothing store is open for business in Green Bay, and is also giving back to the community.
A Burlington store, more commonly known as Burlington Coat Factory, opened Friday on the city's west side.
As part of the grand opening, the store hosted a charitable event called "Burlington Gives Back." New merchandise like clothes, coats, and more were donated to Brown County's Salvation Army.
"When they came to us here in Green Bay it was just very exciting to be able to work with a company we know is going to produce and at the same time has a real concern and caring feeling about the community we live in,” said Capt. Ken Shiels, Salvation Army of Brown County.
The new store will employ about 60 people. It's located in the old Cub Foods building on W. Mason and S. Military.
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