When you think of “Thrift Shopping” you may think of your grandmother rummaging through piles of stale, no longer wanted clothes. However, Detroit’s own “Thrifty Broads” is destroying that myth day by day. Tisha Prater and TaNisha Prater are taking their love for fashion and a great deal to help better Detroit.
The Thrifty Broads were selected as a finalist for the new REVOLVE Detroit grant. The grant provides funds to bring Pop-Up and permanent retail spaces to The Historic Avenue of Fashion on Livernois in Detroit.
Detroit is invited to come out and celebrate the Thrifty Broads and the other REVOLVE Detroit finalists at the opening reception, Thursday, July 25, 2013, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Livernois Community Store Front, 19410 Livernois, Detroit, MI 48221. For more event information: CLICK HERE
REVOLVE Detroit is a collaborative program of the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation that partners with community leaders, building owners, entrepreneurs, and artists to activate vacant storefronts with transformational businesses and art installations. The goal of the program is to foster the evolution and vibrancy of Detroit’s neighborhood business districts.