As children, we would scramble to find all of the eggs, dutifully handing over the real ones to mom and then cracking open all of the plastic eggs to harvest toys and chocolate. And then we would spend the rest of the day pretending to be the easter bunny, taking turns to hide the plastic eggs.
Maybe this is why we enjoy bin stores so much! It’s impossible to come in with a precise shopping list. I may know we need more cords to charge our cell phones, but there’s no guarantee this week’s truckload will have phone cords and if they do, that they’ll be the right ones. But look! This coffee pot is exactly the perfect gift for my nephew going off to college next fall! Oooh, this scarf is my favorite color!
It’s an Easter egg hunt.
At 66 Returns each bin contains something different. Just like opening those plastic eggs on Easter morning, you might find treasure or currency to trade with your sibling. It’s the thrill of the hunt.
Owner, Deric Sutton is a retired Air Force veteran who served in several operations including Southern Watch, Iraqi Freedom, and Enduring Freedom. After twenty years of service, he returned to Missouri moving his wife and family to Phelps County. For the last decade Deric has been delivering propane to businesses and residents throughout south central Missouri (chances are you or your neighbors already know him)! Deric is excited for this next venture: opening a bin store on Route 66!