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April  22, 2016

Contact: Virginia Mergener, CMP
Phone: 858-449-4381

Vintage Resale Store Participates in the 20th Annual Clairemont Garden Tour
Industrial location has brought a bit of life into the area

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – (April 22, 2016) –  Reusable Finds resale shop will be participating in the 20th  Annual Clairemont Garden Tour on Saturday, May 07, 2016 from, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The CTC’s Garden Tour showcases beautiful private gardens throughout the Clairemont Community.

The Reusable Finds inspiration garden is an eclectic collection of succulents, organic vegetables and herbs. Set in the industrial district of South Bay Park. The Reusable Finds Garden is accented and decorated with repurposed items and vintage yard art. The main purpose for their garden is to attract wildlife. Host plants such as milkweed, and passion vines have already had visiting Monarch and Gulf Fritility butterflies. The Anna and Allen Hummingbirds have been spotted feasting on blooms. The fountains, bathtub pond, dragonfly bath, and seating vignettes add to the tranquility you will discover. You’ll also find the Reusable Finds retail store filled with household and garden items for sale.

 “We are excited to be participating in the Clairemont Garden Tour this year.  The CTC is the place to be when looking for inspiration and ideas for your own garden. The gardens along the tour have been designed and maintained by the homeowners themselves and in our case our industrial location is no different and has brought a bit of life into the area. I invite you to get your tickets online today, said Virginia Mergener, Founder/Owner of Reusable Finds.

About Reusable is committed to recycling, salvaging, and re-furbishing as many finds as possible for reuse in our goal in diverting usable materials from landfills. We can be reached at 858-449-4381, Join us on,                                                                                         

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