The Army Surplus Sales store on Peachtree Street has been in business for 60 years, but its last full day will be tomorrow, Dec. 20.
The company announced on Facebook that due to high demand, it will be open from noon until 3 p.m. Dec. 21 through Dec. 23.
Customers can take advantage of a store wide 40 percent off sale. The store carries a wide array of merchandise, from camping equipment to self-defense accessories.
The company’s website says, “Online purchasing coming soon,” but WSB-TV reports the company isn’t planning to open an online store.
According to WSB-TV, prior to opening as an Army Surplus store, the building served as a sewing machine factory and an car show room. It was founded by a Greek immigrant and U.S. Navy veteran Charlie Vlass, who worked at the store until he was 90 years old.