Recently, I had completed a thorough inventory and gathering of my deceased parents houshold goods. After sorting and organizing all of their remaining items left over from the estate settlement, I decided to donate them to charity. Based upon one persons recommendation of a positive result from the Dayton store, it simply made good sense to use the store that was local to my area; which happened to be the FAIRBORN establishment. When I contacted them and introduced myself, the answering person refused to introduce herself and was extremely uncooperative in granting me information on whom to speak with to coordinate pick-up of LITTERALLY a LARGE truck load of excellent quality goods that were in outstanding condition. This would include numerous appliances, furnishings, visually handicapped electronic impairment aids, mobility impairment aids (including a Jazzy Scooter), 3 fully functioning TVs, washer and dryer set, numerous computer peripheral devices, etc, etc.