Walking through Nedâ€™s Treasure Chest in Lincolnton, shoppers can find almost anything for a reasonable price.
The thrift shop, located on N.C. 150, is run by Ramona Trippy and her son, Ned Miller.
â€œWe have everything from A to Z,â€ Trippy said.
Mother and son have been in business for three and a half years and started their shop in High Shoals where they were for a year. From there they moved to Aspen Street and now they are at their new location on N.C. 150.
Trippy said the new location is twice as big as their location on Aspen Street.
Each week they bring in more items including everything from dishes and baby accessories to video games and furniture.
Most customers are local but Miller said there is a lot of traffic from Mooresville.
â€œOur customers are the ones who do not want to get up at the crack of dawn and go to yard sales,â€ Trippy said. â€œOur prices are just as good as yard sale prices.â€
Many of the items that are available come from people who are moving away or are items from people who have passed away.
The rest of the items come from sales in Hickory and Charlotte.
The store has many decorative items which Trippy says are popular.
Some of the home interior pictures can be found for $8 to $12. Clothes are priced at 50 cents, and some movies are three for $10.
For big items a delivery can be scheduled.
The thrift store is located at 3514 N.C. 150 East. Hours are Wednesday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information call 704-732-8495.by Amy Wadsworth