A thrifty offering for the prospective thrift-store owner...In economic times like these, thrift stores have seen a 35% increase in sales in 2008; so what better time to start one? While fairly cheap, it is complicated, however. Here, two experts cover the entire process, including such vital topics as how to: set up the store on a nonprofit basis; choose a location; get funding; get the word about donations of saleable items; recruit and manage volunteer staff; sort, price and recycle donations. - A practical, step-by-step, approach to the process - Troubleshooting tips and best practices that really work - Funding by and partnering with community organizationsFor more informationonsettingup a cell phone recycling program in your area, visit their website. Website: www.sonyerickson.com. Sprint. Spring has two cell phone recycling programs for consumers: aThe SprintBuy Back program offers customers an account credit for returning ... Website: www.tmobile.com Toshiba Recycling and TradeIn Program Website: www.reuse.toshiba.com Verizon The Verizon.
|Title||:||Idiot's Guides: Starting and Running a Thrift Store|
|Author||:||Carol Costa, Ravel Buckley|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2010-01-05|