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Provide all the information a buyer needs such as brand, age, colour condition, etc. Opening of the baby re-sale shop in DL One Detroit Lakes lady transforms her own unfortunate needs into what she hoped would become a flourishing enterprise. After she and her husbands had determined that it was necessary to expand their families, Erin Redetzke began to buy and collect many baby items. It took a long while without Redetzke getting pregnant, and after a search for errors they were informed that they could not have kids.

Speetzke was caught not only with the heart-rending messages, but also with all the bought memories of what could not be. "So when we found out why we couldn't get pregnant, I wanted all the baby clothes out of my home. Our baby/maternity shop is now open and is situated in Washington Square Mall.

Clients can return softly used objects for money on the premises. "Through them we go, we choose what is still in good shape, without perforations, spots or the like," said Redetzke. Speetzke says she can't ensure that she buys everything a client buys, but pays more for branded goods that are in good shape.

A further possibility for clients who sell their articles is a shop balance instead of local currency. "10 per cent beyond what we would be offering for real currency as an inducement to continue buying, further recycle and further use." EMBEBELLISH purchases and resells toy, book, movies, a few children's CDs, covers, handbags, all baby equipment, baby furnishings, children's clothing (sizes from preemies to 8 ) and mother's clothing of all heights.

"The only things we don't take with us are automobile seat and breastpumps or feed," says Redetzke. She says the new, young businesswoman thinks that such a business simply makes business sense because both motherhood and children's clothing often remain like new because their parents grow out of them so quickly before they are warned.

"I' m going to go through a customer's things they want to be selling and they already have an armful of clothing the next bigger size," Redetzke said. In Detroit Lakes there is economy and stockholding, but Redetzke says she loves offering to resell to folks to get cash for her things instead of just giving it away.

"I also know there aren't many children's clothing shops here, and there really isn't any room for motherhood crap in town." Speetzke says if someone wants to buy larger objects, they can call 5-10 min in advance and have someone with a car help them catch up.

EMBEBELLISH is open from Monday to Friday, 10.00 to 20.00, Saturday from 10.30 to 17.30 and Sunday from 12 to 17.00. No date is required to introduce articles for sale, but for more information please call 218-844-5780. Quam is an editorial writer for Forum Communications Co. papers in Detroit Lakes and Perham, both in Minnesota.

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