Thrift brand's North Carolina-based specialty store offers retro titles, electronic parts and more

The Goodwill, long known for its charity work and thrift stores, is extending its goodwill to electronics lovers and the environment as well, with a new specialty electronics and video game shop. The 6,000-square-foot North Carolina shop, called The Grid, takes in and refurbishes used electronics, providing an eco-friendly alternative to dumping e-waste. The one-stop shop offers complete computer and gaming systems as well as electronic parts, and a repair and upgrade service. Consumers can find everything from retro Sega game systems and hard-to-find parts to old school Nintendo games, printers, speakers and computers.

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