—Tu Thanh Ha, "Thanks all the same, but we're okay for socks," The Globe and Mail, March 18, 2011
After the Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl, the NFL was stuck with thousands of T-shirts heralding the Pittsburgh Steelers as champs. The league donated the merchandise to World Vision, which in turn plans to ship it to Armenia, Nicaragua, Romania and Zambia.
—Cathleen Falsani, "A home for things we don't want," Times Union, February 19, 2011
Stuff We Don't Want (SWEDOW)
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—J, "#SWEDOW," Tales from the Hood, April 20, 2010
How about having SWEDOW . sendig it out to Africa and charging for it.
Many years ago I found myself working for a trading company that specialized in the African market.
Do you know what they were doing with Tuxedos that became too worn out after years of rentals for weddings, etc?
They used to bundle and bale them, ship them to Dark Africa where they sold for 2 to 5 dollars each (white Tux fetching the most);cut the sleeves and legs halfway and wear them proudly.
Thus, charging and making profit from SWEDOW!.
Sincerely, Rudy Rosenberg.