One Price Clothing Takes $258 Billion Dollar Clothing Industry by Storm

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Many new clothing stores are popping up using the one price model, Discount Retail Stores Services Reports.

One price clothing stores have been thriving in a down economy as shoppers try to make their dollar go further. A recent report by the National Retail Federation points out that family spending in the area of back-to-school shopping has actually increased, but that they are looking for deals. This has led them in many cases to one price retailers. One price clothing stores have been benefiting during a down economy, and specifically during peak shopping seasons like back to school and the holidays, and one of the top developers in the area of one price clothing believes that this trend will continue in the future, even in an improving economy.

One price clothing business models generally benefit from securing low prices on overstocked or liquidated items, and by ordering items in bulk. This allows them to sell apparel and clothing which may generally sell for much higher at a more traditional retailer, for the one price advertised.

$10 Clothing Stores is a leader in the one price clothing industry. Along with their parent company, DRSS, they have opened nearly 3,000 independently owned stores for entrepreneurs. According to management at DRSS another way one price clothing stores are able to undersell the competing franchises and chain stores is by employing an independent ownership model. Without the franchise fees and the other overhead many one price stores are able to sell the same items carried at expensive retailers for drastically discounted prices, while still making a profit.

Discount Retail Store Services is a business development company that helps entrepreneurs open a business by offering all of the essential functions needed for success. They utilize six unique and proven business models including dollar stores, teen stores, clothing stores, fitness centers, mailbox stores, and party stores. Get recent news by visiting them on Facebook.

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