Let's celebrate Get Organized (GO) Month by donating items A-Z!
To celebrate Get Organized (GO) Month I'm doing a series of posts on items ranging from A-Z. For each letter, I'll provide a list of potential resources for what to do with your belongings if you're ready to donate or sell them.
We're nearing the end at letter V.
V is for VINYL RECORDS
The ARChive of Contemporary Music (ARC) collects and preserves recorded popular music and music-related materials from around the world.
WFMU radio station in NJ and NY wants your CDs and LPs.
The Vinyl Collection takes all types of records: 45s, 78s, custom cuts, picture discs, 7/10/12″, 1800 Gramophone cuts.
Save the Music in CA wants your records too.
The Vinyl Room in NY buys and sells vinyl records and wants to look at your collection.
If you're looking to sell your vinyl locally, here are some options:
Gerosa Records in Brookfield.
Merle's Record Rack in Orange.
Records - The Good Kind in Vernon.
Willimantic Records in Willimantic.
Elm City Sounds in New Haven.
Revolution Records in Torrington.
Mystic Disc in Mystic.
Please comment below with other resources that you're aware of or have used before.