Forget Food Trucks, Harlem Designer Runs Mobile Boutique Out Of A Snack Truck

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February 22, 2013 ‐ By madamenoire

Source: DNA Info

From StyleBlazer

The endearing nature of being on the come up, can really inspire creative business ideas. Harlem based designer, Nneka Green-Ingram is a city bus driver who ingeniously started a accessory fashion line out of a former snack truck. “Location is everything,” the 36-year-old told DNAinfo.

Located on 125th Street between Lenox Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, she sold metal shelves that held chips in the truck to finance a total renovation. Now, the vehicle holds her precious designs. From necklaces to eyeglasses, hand bags and rings all her pieces have an eclectic, Afrocentric feel ranging in price from $5 to $35.

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  • mdeborah827

    Will bring my teen to shop with her for sure. Kudos to her!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000197204074 Candace E. Tyndall

    Go for it!

  • Nikki

    Get your hustle on!

  • RJA

    There’s a similar truck in Buffalo, NY. It’s called Mobile Soles and
    she sells shoes and accessories. I think that idea is so neat! Wish I had though of it

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