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Closet purge in preparation for an upcoming remodel? Here's just the thing for clients cleaning up before their project begins


By By David Weissman August 31, 2016
This article first appeared in the September 2016 issue of Pro Remodeler.

Remodelers that need clients to clean out closets for a future project can now send them back to school.

Schoola allows the donation of gently used men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing to raise money for a local school or for a school-wide clothing drive. Postage-paid shipping bags are used to submit donations to any school in the contiguous United States.


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David Weissman

David Weissman is associate editor for Professional Remodeler


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