Business booming for sneaker reseller

An 18-year-old racked up $1 million in sales during the pandemic. ABC News' Will Ganss reports.
2:14 | 05/13/21

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Danny has body has been selling sneakers since he was fourteen years old. I look at as recent and silica as you're charging you for your service heading to distort a snap but this season's freshest kicks. And selling them sneaker heads around the country but when the pandemic hit Danny was waiting for the other shoe to drop. People are nervous actually people lot of inventory but shockingly business kicked into high gear and was checks when muscles and sirens it was old relic. Anything with sunny it's only a claim option for chuckled when he what it's like anything was. In one year dating sales increasing 100%. The New Jersey sneaker salesman raking in a million dollars in sales grocery stores are about the shutdown procedures are still selling like crazy Meehan like doctors' offices are usually been seen since a recent estimate puts the current sneaker resale market value. At ten billion dollars that's up four billion from 2019. Why such a demand for sneakers in the middle of a pandemic. One theory is that Michael Jordan is to blame. And a the ten part docking series the last dance airing on ES yet. From April and may opponents want to spiking sales of air jordans seemingly overnight. Everything was shut down there was no vacations being planned airlines shutting down. Only fuel. With the people had to look forward to was the next door release and actually release the next indeed is released although his business model is mostly wholesale these days Danny does occasionally sells specifics use direct to specific customers. Let's the most expensive pair of she's universal. A year ago I sold will all play journal wants lights went and now being lost expensive rituals and unleashing endless. Danny taking online college classes but he's gonna stick with the sacred thing as long as business is good which it is. His own personal favorite sneaker by the way he had deed is using boosting daddy teaching that class not taking it. I think exactly because this is like investment won a won the issues don't lose their value unless they're dirty clean up any takers any takers at. The will again line.

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