Working Women Plan To Share The Wealth
The owners of Ladies Clothing Swap, all working women with a commitment to giving back, announce a unique approach to sharing the wealth with other women across the country.
The four women owners of Ladies Clothing Swap are committed to building out their unique project that has the potential of helping thousands of women and charitable organizations across the country. The team has announced that through the summer of 2012, they will actively recruit an additional 1,000 Founding Members who will equally share in 50% of the profits for the life of the project.
Elizabeth Fee, one of the founding members stated, “All four of us are far enough along in our lives where money is not what drives us. We are sincere about our objective of helping as many women as possible. The positives for working women, stay at home moms or any woman for that matter are too numerous to mention.”
The objective of the project is to help women save on their clothing budget during tough economic times. The project also offers women the ability to earn a secondary income and meet new and interesting women friends. And finally, the project is structured to help many charitable organizations via clothing and monetary donations.
Janet Kynard stated, “In order to gain momentum, one thousand women are being given the opportunity to join us. They’ll be compensated well for helping us to build our initial base of participants. No strings attached. No hidden agenda.”
Buffy Tucker had this to say, “It’s pretty simple, really. Four women with a great plan can help a lot of women. One thousand women working together for the same common cause can do so much more.”
Charlene McAbee stated, “We have everyone’s best interest in mind when it comes to how we’ve structured this project. We just want to see it take off with a bang! Nothing would please us more than to be the facilitators of something special where thousands of women benefit from our collective efforts.”
Ladies Clothing Swap is scheduled for official launch on September 1, 2012. The objective of this project is to exponentially increase the number of Organized Women’s Clothing Swaps across the country and tap into all of the positives that are realized from executing these events with a consistent shared approach. For more information on how to participate, visit http://HushHush.info.
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- Charlene McAbee
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