2nd & Charles to Open First Indiana Store


2nd & Charles announced the grand opening of its first-ever Indiana location in the suburb of Highlands, Ind. The eclectic retailer, which specializes in trading books, video, games, vinyl records, collectibles and more, will officially debut its new store, located at 10239 Indianapolis Blvd., on Feb. 25.

2nd & Charles buys and sells new and used books, CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray, video games, game systems, vinyl records, comic books, electronics, toys, collectibles and more. Customers wishing to sell their own used items can check them upon arrival and redeem for cash or store credit. The specialty shop, which draws a diverse audience of gamer fanatics, pop culture junkies, movie buffs and bookworms, offers more than 300,000 items in more than three miles of stocked shelf space.

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