The Happy Thrifter Company Celebrates Economic Impact on Resale Community

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SRQ DAILY MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY DEC 14, 2020

Since the pandemic has put its operations on hold, The Happy Thrifter Company found the time to tally up its estimated impact on the regional resale shop community. Through just its first 23 Mystery Resale Shopping Bus Tours, founder Patti Clark estimates it helped to generate revenues of $215,280 for the participating stores. “We are thrilled to be included in the guide book as well as a stop on the shopping tour,” said Bradenton’s Loving Hands Thrift Store manager Sheri Ketner “Everyone loves the resale guide book and it benefits both shoppers and the stores included.”

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