I love a good bargain, don’t you?
Some of my favorite places to visit are thrift stores, consignment shops, tag sales, flea markets, garage sales, and swap meets.
Let’s just say I’m a big advocate of “barely worn”, “nearly new”, and “gently used”.
Some of the most beautiful pieces of clothing and household items I treasure are hand-me-downs from friends and family and those purchased at exceptional mark-downs from thrift shops.
The successful woman entrepreneur I’m about to introduce always looks polished and professional and she doesn’t create her look by paying retail for her wardrobe.
High-end shops with valet parking are NOT her style.
She’s got a much better and smarter idea for dressing for success …
Many of her beautiful pieces of clothing were purchased at the Goodwill at unbelievable prices. A designer silk blouse at $6.99? Try finding that kind of deal in a major department store!
Watch this short video clip to see what I’m talking about …
Lorie Marrero is Goodwill’s national spokesperson and ambassador of the Donate Movement — which helps support local communitities and the environment with donations of gently used household items.
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Over to you …
- Do you shop for discounts?
- Where do you find the best bargains?
- Is your business being managed on a shoestring budget?
- Have you ever shopped at the Goodwill?