Close To 2,000 Shop At Massive Liquidation Sale In Lakewood

blowout saleClose to 2,000 customers flocked to a Lakewood warehouse last night and today for a massive blowout sale currently being held for a Brooklyn clothing store going out of business. The sale, which includes thousands of Italian Suits, Brand name Shoes, Ties, Shirts, Coats, Belts and other items, at 50-70% off, will be going on until Tuesday evening. All mens suits are $89 (from $400), Shoes $59 and Ties $10. Warehouse is located at 150 N. Oberlin and hours are from 11:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Click here to view.

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14 COMMENTS

  1. It is a very good sale and it is cheap I personnaly think that everyone shall go there before they leave lkwd I bought 3 pairs of shoes and if you think they don’t have good company shoes I even saw a pair of bruno magli if you know what that is it can go for 300-400 dollars a pair and I paid 59 dollars and I bought a tie for 10 dollars

  2. THIS IS PROBABLY JUST WHAT THE LAKEWOOD STORES NEED NOW>
    I DONT EVEN THINK IT IS HALACHACLY PERMISSABLE TO COME FROM A DIFFERENT TOWN AND MAKE A SALE IN ANOTHER TOWN
    IS THIS ALSO THE SALE THAT CALLED ABOUT 20 MIN BEFORE LICHT BENTCHING?! TO ADVERTISE A SUIT SALE?!!!

  3. I think people should understand that they have no right to come down from brooklyn and sell to the general public in lakewood. all they will do is kill the lakewood stores. you mave $100 now but if you knock out the stores here, less compitition means higher prices. i am not saying thats those who are financially not doing well and would otherwise not buy ,not go here. but those who would otherwise buy are simply spitting in the well they will have to drink from.

  4. Come on, that is the most ridiculous thing I ever heard in my life. You think just because somebody comes to Lakewood and makes a sale here it means they are throwing the local stores under?! I mean maybe we should all make a macha about the people that go to NY to buy suits there, I mean they are not supporting their local stores. Or maybe its mesayaiha l’dvar avaira to pick up a pair of shoes for someone in brooklyn for a lakewood resident. Come on guys, grow up! Anyone can open up a store in lakewood, whether its for 1 day, 3 days or 10 years. If he has the products to attract the customers from the competition, well, that’s life. I am just upset that this wasn’t done before pesach when one of our local stores sold over 1300 hundred suits in 1 week.

  5. They called me twice with an automated message even though my number is on the national do-not-call registry.

    I tried calling them to complain at the number in the message, but no answer.

    If I get another call I plan on reporting them to the FTC.

  6. you cant complain to the ftc that would be mesira you would be a moser, so basically you just threatened to be what has been considered by our ancestors a most disguting creature, a ‘moser’.

  7. Generally when out of towners make these type of sales in Lakewood they have someone in Lakewood with a small ownership interest to avoid being an outside infringement.Bottom line question what is the quality of the stuff?Anyone know>

  8. Just for everyones knowledge only 2 !!!!! of the suit stores in lakewood are owned by lakewood people. Paying someone a salary saying its their cut in the buisness doent make it their store. So the brooklyn stores that dont have stores here all year round are only taking away business for days sounds better than the ones who are always here. Ps. these people also hired lakewood people to help with this sale!! so whats the difference?

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