No Charge Shopping At The Brooklyn Free Store

No Charge Shopping At The Brooklyn Free Store

A makeshift shop in New York runs on a utopian business model.

Naresh Kumar
  • 17 august 2010

For the past few weeks, an interesting and unusual project has been going on in Brooklyn in the form of a store where everything is free. The Brooklyn Free Store doesn’t have owners or customers; only a few organizers and people who have donated items for the store and of course, those who come and pick them up. The stuff in the store ranges from used electronics and home appliances to clothes and books. The organizers of the Brooklyn Free Store say that their shop proves the feasibility of recycling goods and offers a substitute to stores that aim at making a profit.

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