Goodwill to Host Online ''Cost-Zoom'' Contest

    October 08, 2020
    Goodwill SCWI to Host Online “Cost-Zoom” Contest
    Madison, WI - The countdown to Halloween has started! While things will look a little different this year, people are still excited about the spookiest holiday of the year.
    In the spirit of having a safe Halloween celebration, Goodwill of South Central Wisconsin is holding an online “Cost-Zoom” contest. Just take a photo of your best look from items purchased at Goodwill and post it on our Facebook or Instagram page for a chance to win a shopping spree at Goodwill! Go to our home page for more information on the contest.
    We think this would make a great segment for your morning show or newspaper. A member of our Goodwill staff is available for interviews and can provide b-roll or photos if needed.
    Finding just the right costume this year doesn’t have to be difficult, even during a pandemic. Thrift stores like Goodwill have long been identified as a great resource for shoppers to find everything needed to create a unique and creative look. Whether gathering for a backyard party or a Zoom celebration with family and friends, Goodwill has everything needed for a unique, one-of-a-kind look.
    Our Halloween shop-within-a-shop are open in all 13 retails locations including our newest store in downtown Verona. Shoppers are encouraged to shop early and celebrate all season long!
    Remember, shopping at Goodwill is about getting more than a great deal, it’s also about making a difference in the community by supporting our mission! The dollars spent in our retail stores help fund job training and employment services for individuals with disabilities.
    About Goodwill of South Central Wisconsin
    Goodwill SCWI is a local nonprofit operating 13 stores in the South Central region. The stores exist as the economic engine for Goodwill’s mission services, providing career guidance, supported employment and residential services to people with disabilities, mental health concerns and other barriers to employment and independent living.
    David Johnson, Communications Coordinator