The Thrifting Life
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The Thrifting Life

Three Myths About Thrift That Shoppers Believe

Photo by Manyu Varma on Unsplash

Everything is Free

Not really.

A donated item stops being free as soon as a paid employee touches it and it is brought into a building that has rent, utility, insurance, and all the other expenses of a business tied to it. Granted, not paying for the actual merchandise is a head start.

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Tim Gebauer

Tim Gebauer

Thrift and retail blogger. Helping small business succeed. Connect on linkedIn, my thrift reseller blog thethrifter or my amazon thrift merchandising e-book.

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