Is Your Town Ritzy Enough for a Goodwill?

Goodwill of Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia wants to turn a former seafood store on Grove Street in Haddonfield, New Jersey into a 1,600 square foot Goodwill. But—and here’s what’s interesting about the move—it’s not because they think the new location will attract a lot of customers—it’s because people in Haddonfield are filthy rich. The median household income in Haddonfield is nearly $45,000 higher than the national median. Thus, people have more/better crap to give away. But, if Goodwill starts taking in the designer label castaways from the upper crust of Haddonfield, where will all of the ironic hipsters shop for vintage T-shirts and second-hand cardigans? [Courier-Post]