Store Hours
Tuesday - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday -
Noon to 4 p.m.
Saturday - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.



ReSale Connection
204 S. Main St.
Rochester, MI 48307
248-656-0414

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BE AMAZED AT THE SAVINGS
End of Summer Sale
WOMEN'S CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES
SLIMMING IN BLACK

KAREN KANE Grey and black dress,
(fully lined), M $15
COACH black purse, $70
BRIGHTON Rose necklace on black
cord, $25
Pitcher Style Vase, $8

SASSY

RUFF HEWN sleeveless tunic, (S), $6
MICHELE burgundy skirt, (12), $8
RELATIVITY burgundy purse, $15
BRONER white hat w/burgundy
trim, (M), $4
ECCO rose sandals, (6), $30
CLASSY

EMMA MICHELE striped dress, $45
Long White Necklace, $8
SHINOLA blue crossbody purse, $125
ANN KLEIN blue heels, (8), $20

PRETTY IN PURPLE

LAUNDRY purple lace dress, (6), $70
Classic, 2 strand black beads, $10
White Flower Basket, $35

CHANGING SEASONS

Fall Wreath, (30" round), $95
Tiny lamp with orange shade,
(11"), $13


SMILE!

Mona Lisa painting,
(25"H, 17 1/2"H) $50
STARTER SET

POTTERY BARN, "SAUSALITO",
5 Dishes, 5 Soup Bowls,
4Cereal Bowls, $28


CUTE AS CAN BE

HOMEMADE stuffed Boy &
Girl Scarecrows, $50

DON'T FORGET YOUR 15% OFF DISCOUNT!
Just show this email at checkout, and you'll get
15% off any full-priced item.
(Excludes Consignment items)
Assistance League® of Southeastern Michigan
Transforming Lives · Strengthening Community
ReSale Connection
ReSale Connection is Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan's nonprofit retail store. It is managed and staffed by member volunteers, and 100% of the store's profits help fund our philanthropic programs.

For more information, please contact us or visit our store:
ReSale Connection
204 S. Main St.
P.O. Box 80932 (mailing address)
Rochester, MI 48307
248-656-0414
(Federal Tax ID#: EIN 38-3181336)

ABOUT US
Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan, founded in 1993 and serving Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), hands-on, all-volunteer organization whose mission is transforming the lives of children and adults through community programs. With no paid staff, funds raised remain
in local Michigan communities, helping thousands of people
in need throughout the year.