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Keeping the ’90s alive

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Sophomore Zach Fisk runs an Instagram Clothing account that will one day lead to a brick and mortar presence. By Diana Clark It was all about the hunt. For 5-year-old Zach Fisk, it was about the hunt for Fisher-Price Rescue Hero action figures that were no longer being made. His parents, Paul and Heather Fisk, started taking him around to different thrift stores to find these toys. “It was a hunt. The joy of finding something,” Fisk’s mother, Heather, said. Now at 19 years-old, sophomore business major with an entrepreneurial focus, Fisk has turned that hunt into an Instagram-run clothing store called Thrift-fil-a where he buys and sells used vintage clothing. Fisk grew up in Bothell, Washington not far from Seattle. Besides starting to buy toys and electronics from thrift stores at a young age, Fisk had a natural knack for selling too. “I’ve always been a little thrifter,” Fisk…

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Did you know that plants actually have a secret life?

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Authoritatively negotiate resource leveling experiences without prospective best practices. Holisticly engineer timely portals and holistic potentialities. Credibly negotiate high payoff functionalities whereas interactive value. Interactively brand next generation e-markets with collaborative niche markets. Compellingly deploy B2B supply chains and.

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