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Deseret Industries

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131 E 7th South (at State Street)
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
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(801) 486-3474
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Deseret Industries - Salt Lake City, UT
Deseret Industries - Salt Lake City, UT
Deseret Industries - Salt Lake City, UT

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Writing a poor review about a charity that helps millions of people every year is like making fun of the handicapped. Just bad taste. The D.I. has a specific function. It is a ...

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i found a few cool lamps there, but I thought the selection of everything was scarce. I would never make a special trip.

See the big picture 12/3/2011

Writing a poor review about a charity that helps millions of people every year is like making fun of the handicapped. Just bad taste. The D.I. has a specific function. It is a sheltered workshop. If you don't know what that is then you need to do some homework. The D.I. is privately fund and gets no $$ from the government. Contrary to other posts here nothing is wasted. Items not sold are recycle in the best possible way. more

Empty 4/3/2011

i found a few cool lamps there, but I thought the selection of everything was scarce. I would never make a special trip. more

Buyer Beware 7/15/2010

This really applies to all DI Stores in Utah. Pros: Tax Free Cons: No standard pricing guidelines/Wasteful more

still call it treasure hunting 8/17/2008

i have been shopping at this deseret industries religously for years. it has had its ups and downs as to the variety of desirable items. it used to be fun to stumble upon a treasure but those are far and in between moments because they are spotted and gone before they even get to the floor. i still like to look around. Pros: fun to shop Cons: prices are to high more

Buyers Go There !!!! 12/4/2005

The person who said you have no way of knowing that electronics work is completely wrong. They have outlets so you can plug them in and see if they work. Also they have cd's and tapes that you can put into cd players and tape players to see if they work. So it is your responsibility to check if the item works. Especially because they have so much comming in all the time and are a non-profit org. they cannot spend money on checking if every item woks. Thats the great thing about the DI, its cheap, but you have to understand that alot of the stuff is crap. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    In 1938, the Mormon Church established Deseret Industries to ""help church members help themselves."" Folks were encouraged to contribute clothing, papers, magazines, furniture...

  • 8/14/2003 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Sat 10am-6pm
  • Payments:

    Visa, American Express, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Central City, Poplar Grove

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