What a deal – if you act fast, you could get that shirt and sweater set for only $7.96, but first you’d have to find a time machine and get back to 1972!.
And look at that doll lamp!
These deals were only good at the K-Mart in Pleasant Hill, which was located near Chilpancingo Pkwy. and Contra Costa Blvd.
And if you’re wondering why the Concord K-Mart wasn’t offering these fantastic deals, it’s because the Concord K-Mart wasn’t even a thought in 1972 – it opened in 1978.
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I’m not a sweater kinda guy, but I had my share of groovy shirts in the 70s, and, I had the bell bottoms to go with them. Mervyn’s always had the best selections.
Mervyn’s was my the go to place too.
You could buy your groovy shirt and sweater set and then chassé over to Shasha’s Wine Cellar meat market for a fine evening of Disco dancing….or not. I’ll go with not.
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