DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The Clothes That Work organization celebrated the grand opening of a newly expanded boutique Thursday in Dayton.
The non-profit organization provides Montgomery County job seekers with discounted professional clothing throughout the process of a job search and initial employment.
In addition to the expanded boutique, the organization also added eight designated parking spots at the Job Center on Edwin C. Moses exclusively for boutique shoppers as well as an exterior entrance.
The organization's executive director told 2 News, she expects the expansion to help to increase revenue by 9%. All clothing is donated and the boutique is run by volunteers.
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