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Annual clothes shopping event kicks off in Idaho Falls Friday

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IDAHO FALLS – The annual Clothing Outlet Warehouse Sale is kicking off in Idaho Falls this Friday.

Co-owners Kymberly Stoddard and Angela Rydalch started the venture in Idaho Falls five years ago. The duo have contracts with different retailers, which supply them with new inventory and allows them to sell clothes at a massively discounted rate.

SMALL BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT: Clothing Outlet Warehouse Sale

“Five years ago, we said ‘we have to move inventory.’ So we rented a commercial building. We’re back again this year for three and a half weeks, and we look forward to seeing everybody,” Stoddard tells

The sale includes men’s, women’s and children’s clothing with brand names like Nike, Adidas, Kirkland, Carter’s, Fila and more. Angela Rydalch says their pajama sets and scarves have been particularly popular with customers in the past.

“Those are the items I anticipate going really fast this year,” says Rydalch. “When people come back and visit with us every year, it’s one of my favorite things.”

In addition to the Idaho Falls sale, they also have a Rexburg store at 160 W. Main that is open on Thursdays all year round from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. It’s also open the first Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

“We get new stock in every week,” Rydalch says. “We’ve been in business for seven years and it’s been a blast.”

This year’s sale in Idaho Falls is located at 2299 E. 17th Street next to Once Upon a Child and Seagull Book. It’s happening Oct. 26 through November 24 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.

To learn more, visit them on Facebook at Rexburg Clothing Outlet.

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