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Buy, Sell, Trade at This Event for Shoe Lovers


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New season, new shoes. Fall is officially here, which means it is time to update your wardrobe for the season. If your shoe obsession is getting a little out of control, we’re here to inform you about an event that you miiiiight be into.

The All Things Buffalo Shoe Swap is the perfect opportunity to welcome new-to-you styles to your shoe closet. Plus, you can earn extra cash by selling or ditch old styles for new ones by swapping. You can buy, sell, trade, or all of the above at this event.

 

 

Here’s how it works:

Buy a ticket and bring at least 3 pairs of shoes with you on October 15. Online admission is only $10 so plan ahead. When you arrive, find a table and set up shop. Come early if you want to secure a prime spot.  Sharing is caring. Keep in mind, you can be a seller, buyer, or a trader at any point throughout the event.

Our advice… bring your favorite shoe loving friend with you. This way you can divide and conquer aka take turns selling, buying, and trading. At the end of the day, you can have more cash in your pocket and more room in your closet, or just as many shoes as before, but different styles.

P.S. There will be a collection box at the event, too. Any shoes collected will be donated to The Buffalo City Mission.

This event, designed with sneakerheads and shoe-aholics in mind, is put together by All Things Buffalo a company committed to planning new events specifically for our city.

 

All Things Buffalo Shoe Swap

October 15 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

UB Center for Tomorrow (101 Service Center Rd., Buffalo)

Tickets: $10,

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This article is a paid promotion by one of our advertisers. With these paid articles our goal is to share valuable information with our readers that we think you’ll find useful and interesting.

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