Dayton Flyers Scoochie Smith Starting Online Clothing Business 1

Dayton Flyers Scoochie Smith Starting Online Clothing Business

Scoochie Smith is requesting Dayton Flyers basketball enthusiasts for help. The standout point safeguard who recently finished his career at UD desires to start an internet clothing store, but there is a familiar problem for any startup: Money. I am attempting to raise money to start my online clothing store. So Smith did what worthwhile business owner would do these days: He started a GoFundMe.

“Playing basketball has opened up many doors for me, it helped me brainstorm about life also,” he wrote on the account. “One proven fact that emerged to my brain was to start an online clothing store. “I have already been working on this concept for well some time now and believe I am ready to begin my business venture.

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  • Pilferage and other inventory losses
  • Valdosta State University
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One challenge I have come across was money for inventory. If I ever get the chance to acquire the inventory, it’ll be the start of a life outside of basketball that I am ready for. It will be greatly valued. The support will mean a lot. “Help spread the word!

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