Resale Shop Helps Parents Make Ends Meet In Style

By Danielle Anderson, Correspondent
The Daytona Beach News-Journal

WWR Article Summary (tl;dr) Desiree Ramirez, owner of “Kids Galore” says being in the resale business is a way she can help parents who are struggling to make ends meet while providing their children access to the latest fashions.

The Daytona Beach News-Journal

Since opening her business a little more than three weeks ago, Desiree Ramirez, owner of Kids Galore, has seen customers coming through her door in search of affordable, name-brand outfits for their children.

Welcoming the community on Saturday, June 8, for her official grand opening, Ramirez was surrounded by family members and friends for the ribbon-cutting in front of her store at 231 St. Joe Plaza, Palm Coast.

The mother of 5-year-old twins, Elissa and Jaycob, Ramirez was a single mother for several years and worked hard to balance her budget while raising her family.

Once located in Volusia County, that Kids Galore thrift and consignment shop closed in 2015. But using money she had saved to buy a home, Ramirez instead purchased the Kids Galore name and merchandise from the previous owner and opened in Palm Coast on May 13.

Doing her research before opening the store, Ramirez compared prices at other consignment and thrift stores in the area to ensure she could be competitive in the resale market while carrying sizes that would be in demand.

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