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Boomerangs Makes Boston’s A-List

We’re excited to announce that Boomerangs, a family of thrift stores owned and operated by the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, has been ranked number one on Boston’s A-List for “Best Vintage and Resale.”

Boomerangs, which first opened its doors in 1996, has store locations in Jamaica Plain, Central Square, West Roxbury, and Boston’s South End. All store proceeds go to support the lifesaving programs and services of the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts. Every store features a vast array of finds and treasures, and specialize in new and vintage clothing for men, women, and children as well as gifts, housewares, electronics, and furniture.

The proceeds raised at Boomerangs help fund AIDS Action’s mission, which is:

  • Prevent new infections
  • Support those affected or at risk
  • Tackle the root causes of HIV/AIDS

Congratulations to the Boomerangs team for this well-deserved honor!

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