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Grab Re Sell

Grab Re Sell

Gabby Hulst 1478 Views

“I have nothing to wear”. We have all lived through the moment of closet frustration when we can’t decide what to throw on. Our closets are full of clothes that we never wear. We all have that one dress we have a daily staring contest with (you are not flattering). Or the old skirt you thought could pass the two finger tip rule you thought you could let slide. Our mission is to get rid of the gently used clothes in your closet you just cant stand to look at anymore or have the desire to wear. Regain the confidence in your closet one piece at a time.

Through Grab Re Sell we want to fulfill that goal. Our solution is for you to have full control of posting your unwanted clothes in your “profile” to then re sell at your desired price. We are your helping hand connecting you with other closets in your search for those treasured items.

Confidence starts at the closet.


Through our resale app we are targeting young professionals who want to go from their college to career wardrobe. Not only will they benefit from cleaning out their cluttered closets, but as college students with little time and money, we want to provide a platform that will create efficiency in buying and selling clothes.

Their is great potential in GrabReSell as we hope to spread across multiple universities and communities, therefore maximizing the opportunity to find your treasured piece.

What I Will Do With $5,000

The opportunity to win $5,000 would grant us the ability to develop our resale application. Through this prototype version we intend to create the confidence in our customers while rebuilding their closets.

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About Gabby Hulst

Gabby Hulst and fellow co-founder Lindsey Carlon are two young professional entrepreneurs who created Grab Re Sell out of the frustration within their own closets. This app will provide a solution for others with the same dissatisfaction. Gabby is currently a student at Grand Valley State University, with interests in the fashion and entrepreneurship industries. Her hope is to empower young women like herself to find the confidence within their own clothes to live out their dream.

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