Racks Resells Clothing For Women’s Club Profit

Some of Long Valley’s ladies are looking a little more put together after attending a recent personal styling event hosted by Racks Valley Boutique.


Racks was buzzing with customers who came out to meet Personal Stylist Tracey Sloan and have a wardrobe makeover.


“This was so much fun, I think Tracey is my new best friend” were the words exclaimed by LVJWC member Sue Stephen, and that feeling was reiterated by several other customers throughout the day.  The highlight of the day came when Tracey pulled two pairs of jeans off the rack for a customer, and pronounced that they were high end designer jeans with a retail price tag of $200 new, but cost the customer less than $10.


Sloan is a well sought after stylist who donated her time to the boutique to help give back to one of the communities she frequently works in.  Racks is looking forward to hosting Sloan at the boutique again this fall.


Racks Valley Boutique is a non-profit business venture sponsored and run by the Long Valley Junior Women’s Club.  Racks accepts all clothing and accessory donations from the community, and restyles and re-sells those items to raise money for its general fund.  Racks is located at 20 Schooleys Mountain Road and is presently open on Thurs. from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. and Sat. from noon to 3 p.m.  Customers can visit Racks Facebook page to stay up to date on hours of operation and special events.  https://www.facebook.com/RacksThriftBoutique/.



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