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Buffalo Exchange to Move Its Central Phoenix Location

Attention Valley shoppers, one of your favorite spots for recycled retail is relocating to be closer to the downtown scene.

The Phoenix Buffalo Exchange is packing up its vintage suitcases and moving down Seventh Street from Missouri Road to Osborn Road, where it will open in a newly renovated space at 3540 North Seventh Street next to Taco Guild and Urban Beans.

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On Wednesday, November 5, Buffalo Exchange will permanently close its doors at its Missouri location and then reopen at Osborn Road on Thursday, November 6. Due to the smaller space, the new store will be more selective about its inventory.

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"The new location will offer a more refined inventory within a more succinct space," says Buffalo Exchange marketing director Stephanie Lew. "We're very excited for the new building and the beautiful, unique atmosphere our team created. You can expect to find the best of Buffalo Exchange Phoenix and fresh vibes from the new neighborhood."

Buffalo Exchange Phoenix does plan on hosting an official grand opening event sometime this season, but details have yet to be finalized. For more information, visit www.buffaloexchange.com.

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