Yesterday, I went out for a drink with my friends in the local pub. I arrived too early, so I decided to go to the counter and order a beer. A man in a nice blue Armani suit and some shiny vintage Ray-Ban Chaos sunglasses stood at the bar, turned to me and smiled. Suddenly, I recognize him. It was Jamal, a high school friend, that I hadn’t seen in ages. We both went to Wisconsin University and played in the college basketball team. I asked him how he has been all this time. He replied: “It’s funny, but my life just took the craziest turn. Let me tell you what happened to me, two months ago…” Two months...
What is dead stock?
The dictionary describes it as merchandise that did not sell and which is often stored in a warehouse. But dead stock is so much more. Sometimes it can contain little treasures like limited editions, gifts or fashion items from years ago. You never know who attaches emotional value to one of those items and, therefore, is willing to pay big money for it.
For ages, sunglasses are worn across the globe by everyone from the man in the street to A-list celebrities and royalty. People wear them to accentuate their outfit, to protect their eyes and even to make a fashion statement. But did you know that your shades can make you rich?