Interview with Britton Murdock with Biggest Little Fashion Truck

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Interview with Britton Murdock Owner of Biggest Little Fashion Truck in Reno, NV.

I was driving down Kietzke Lane here in Reno and saw this awesome Fashion Truck in front of me. My initial thought was I wander if they would like to be on Business Connections with Anita my radio show on Wednesday mornings.  A few days past and then bam on the way home I saw the truck parked a few streets away. So I began snooping for them on Facebook and messaged to see if they were interested in talking me. So we set the date and Britton is here to share about the Biggest Little Fashion Truck. Welcome Britton we are so glad you joined us this morning.

Britton: Thank you for following through with that feeling. What’s great about the truck is that it is mobile and can pretty much go anywhere. We go to local businesses, events, personal parties and personal shopping as well. We carry smaller lines. I get 6 of each piece so inventory is limited.

Anita: How did this business venture come about?

Britton: I love Fashion and my grandparents owned Retail Stores and no one in the family wanted to continue it. I went to college and got a Master Degree but felt it wasn’t in the right career path for me. My passion is to help people by dressing them for their body type.

Anita: What type of truck is it?

Britton: It is the size of a FedEx, UPS truck.

Anita: What areas do you cover?

Britton: Reno/Sparks Nevada

Anita: What goodies do you have in your Fashion Truck? What price ranges do you have?

Britton: Blouses, Tops, Coats, Pants, Jewelry, hats and our inventory has a high turnover rate. So everything is replenished on a regular basis. Everything on the truck is under $100 for the most part.

Anita: How can people reach you if they are interested in having your business at their event?

Britton: My website is my best form of contact http://biggestlittlefashiontruck.com

Anita: What events do you have coming up?

Britton: Wednesday January 30, 2019 at Si Amigos Mexican Restaurant on S. Virginia by Sports West.

Anita: Do you have any success stories you could share?

Britton: At almost every event I see that happen just by finding something for someone that they feel good in and the confidence that comes over them and their body language changes. They start twirling in the mirror and smiling.

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