Competition for donated used clothes

Michael Giberson

Scott Gustafson, at Arizona Economics, points to an article in the Arizona Republic on the market for donated used clothes.  Apparently the competition is fierce, with donation boxes vandalized, bolted shut, or towed away to discourage rivals.


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  1. More than saying that, it says lot owners can’t get offending privateer donation things removed because of the dispute frequency (operators are out hauling gains, repairing their charity logos despite selling to Latin American and EMEA, not pressing charges, getting too much sun….)

    Sunshine might favor shipping the ol’ sweatsuit …are they selling in East Africa?…abroad, it might favor the local operator/charities; how do you find out where sunshine’s glaring or falling out?

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