Our Sons' New Business and Free Cheeseburger!

     We're proud of our sons' entrepreneurial spirit, and you are invited to his grand opening!


                               
                                    entrepreneur Tim


     Tim is opening a really cool store, and, as he is a glutton for punishment (like his daddy), his new store is located on the needy
NE 13th Street in Fort Lauderdale. It will be the first new business to open on 13th Street in quite some time!

     You know there has been alot of effort to kick start this long depressed corridor in the City. Just last month we were all out painting murals on some of the buildings.

                

     This month, a real new business - and this is it! ..


           

     It's called Oddballs' Nifty Thrift, and the name is just right! It is kind of a thrift store, but not exactly. It has plenty of thrift for sure, but also some collectibles ( slot machine, Indian carvings, Star Wars stuff etc.!)

     It has some crazy $400 things, but also gads of $2 and $5 bargains, and everything in between .....   And it's already been said that the store has some serious Feng Shui !

    And if you have anything to donate, Tim will be giving half of the proceeds from your donations to the 13th Street Improvement fund... (Tim will also be taking some consignment ... call Tim direct at 754-422-7623 to arrange a pick-up).

     And the transformation of the 3000 square feet space in just over three weeks has been nothing short of a miracle.  Here is what the last tenant left for little Tim to fix - 


           

     ........  So ...... you are invited to the grand opening, (and a free cheeseburger!)

      Monday, April 1st ( and that's no joke!) at 530 NE 13th Street ... at 5:30 pm.... The Mayor and Commissioner Trantalis will be there to cut the ribbon!

                        See you there ...Tim

    


    

 

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  • 3/27/2013 5:39 AM Pragmatist wrote:
    Congrats to your family ..how nice..
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  • 3/27/2013 8:28 AM Tim's mom wrote:
    Tim(my)- Ever since you were little, I've always told you to follow your dreams- well son, this is your time! Grab hold and don't let go. Always fuel that fire in your soul to succeed, give back along the way, and life will be good to you.....The road to self-employment is not always a smooth one, learn from your mistakes, and always smile through the rain... We're proud of you!
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  • 3/27/2013 4:22 PM MM wrote:
    Unique store, great prices and amazing owner who reeks of coming from a good family with a good upbringing. Plan to spend some time browsing the interesting merchandise which is neatly displayed in a large space. No junk, nice collectibles, useful house items and great prices.
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  • 3/28/2013 8:20 PM Cit Activist Robert Walsh wrote:
    Congrats to your son Tim. Would he be interested in selling some fake Gucci hand bags?? Also Tim run a story on the City Clerk-Jonda Joseph drama. You will be surprised a what you discover. Interview OPS Dir-Att Lillian Rosa, City manager Lee Feldman, City Clerk Jonda Joseph, complaints, Wendy Gonyea, Maura Cullen, Arlene Gross (for starters)Ast. City Att Ginger Wald and Mayor Seiler(i would never lie @ that Podium Jack. Your A jack-ass Lee Feldman)
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  • 4/1/2013 5:22 PM Vicki wrote:
    Tim, so happy for "timmy" as he looks to have grown into a very handsome adult with a great fervor and ambition! No surprise there! You and Cindy are such good role models he had no choice! Wish i could have attended the opening, but fear not, I will drop by soon! Miss u guys!
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  • 4/12/2013 9:03 AM Shannon Harmeling wrote:
    Tim, You and Mrs. Smith must be abundantly proud of your son! He has such a good attitude and is very friendly. The store is coming together and has some very cool stuff! The character of one's children is a reflection of their parents. Wishing him the best. Shannon
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