It was a hot summer day in June when Louise Dreyfuss was walking her son in the park outside her home in the Washington suburbs when the idea struck her.
“I said, ‘Mom, what do you think?
Is this going to be good for my son?’
And she said, “You know what, that would be really cool.
You could have that for him.
I’d love it.
“It was the perfect opportunity to put her own kid to work.
She has sold more than 40,000 shoes since the start of the recession in late 2009.
And she says she is seeing more sales now than in any other season.
Dreyffuss’ goal is to reach 30,000 sales by year’s end.
She’s also getting the ball rolling on a new initiative that will allow people to buy items that are sold on eBay and other sites.
She’s already sold 1.5 million pairs of shoes, and her team is planning to sell more, including more pairs of boots and more dresses.
But she is also looking to expand the list of items to more than 100,000.
She is doing that by working with local retailers, who can help her expand the sale of some items like socks and other shoes, so that more families can buy more items.
And as she has expanded her inventory, she’s been able to help other people buy more of their own clothes and footwear.
But for some families, it can be hard to find shoes and other clothing that meet the high-end standards of her new initiative.
That’s where the new initiative comes in.
Dreyfussed, who was the first person to launch the program, is now working with Walmart and other retailers to sell shoes on their websites and at local thrift stores.
She says the program has helped thousands of families buy clothes and other items that have not made the cut in her new program.
But there are a number of hurdles to overcome before the program can really benefit many families, including the fact that the items will not always be as affordable as Dreyd’s goal.
And that can be a problem for shoppers.
The biggest barrier is that the shoes are not always available online.
Derefuss says that is something that needs to change, and she’s working with retailers to make that easier.
She said the goal is that people will have the option to purchase the shoes online or at a local thrifts store, and they will be able to compare the quality and price of the items.
The first family members of those families will then be able pick out their own items and send them to their kids.
Derefus says she expects to be able sell about 2 million pairs, and if she can sell the number of pairs, that’s more than enough to help her families.