Where is replacement Ltd located?

The Retail Store is open 9am – 6pm (ET) Monday-Saturday (except holidays), and free "in person" tours of our facility are available from 10am – 5pm. The Retail Store and Museum are conveniently located between Greensboro and Burlington, NC, at exit 132 off Interstates 85/40.

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Where is Replacements Ltd located?

Replacements, Ltd., based in Greensboro, North Carolina, is the world's largest retailer of china, crystal and silverware, including both patterns still available from manufactures and discontinued patterns.

How do I know if I'm eligible for a credit card? In order to be eligible for a credit card, you must have a credit history and a checking account with USAA. You can also apply for a USAA credit card online.

Can you visit replacements?

The Retail Store is open 9am – 6pm (ET) Monday-Saturday (except holidays), and free "in person" tours of our facility are available from 10am – 5pm. The Retail Store and Museum are conveniently located between Greensboro and Burlington, NC, at exit 132 off Interstates 85/40.

Can I order online? We have an online store that is open 24/7. Simply click on the "Store" tab at the top of the page to browse our selection of products. If you would like to place an order, you can do so by clicking on the "Order" tab at the top of the page. Please allow up to 24 hours for processing.

Is the replacements a true story?

The film is based on the real-life story from the 1987 NFL strike, which saw Washington's football team use scabs to win three straight games early in the season before the regulars returned and won the Super Bowl.

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Is Replacements Ltd still in business?

Replacements, Ltd., based in Greensboro, North Carolina, is the world's largest retailer of china, crystal and silverware, including both patterns still available from manufactures and discontinued patterns.
Replacements, Ltd.

Type Limited company
Founder Bob Page
Key people Scott Fleming
Revenue $80 million
Owner Bob Page

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How do I contact replacements com?

For questions, please call us toll free at 1-800-REPLACE (1-800-737-5223) Monday–Saturday 9:00am–6:00pm and we will gladly assist. Or, you may email us via our Contact Us page.

Can you visit Replacements Ltd?

The Retail Store is open 9am – 6pm (ET) Monday-Saturday (except holidays), and free "in person" tours of our facility are available from 10am – 5pm. The Retail Store and Museum are conveniently located between Greensboro and Burlington, NC, at exit 132 off Interstates 85/40.

Who is Shane Falco based on?

Panicking, John Cooper immediately offered Reeves a scholarship, since he was the top unsigned quarterback in Ohio. Reeves accepted, but only under one bizarre condition: that he be referred to as "Shane Falco" for all football purposes.

Were there any real football players in The Replacements?

Archie L. Harris Jr., who plays Wilson Carr, was an actual replacement player during the 1987 NFL strike. He played offensive tackle for the Denver Broncos, who eventually lost in Super Bowl XXII to the Washington Redskins.

How do I sell my old china crystal?

1) Sell it yourself using online marketplaces (eBay, Etsy, Craigslist, etc.) or locally (garage sales, auctioneers). 2) Sell to replacement companies that purchase tableware sets and pieces from people like you.

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