Small busniess owner puts her boutique on wheels

Published On: Feb 11 2013 10:16:33 PM EST   Updated On: Feb 12 2013 06:20:00 AM EST

Fashionistas and bargain shoppers take note, if you see a giant, teal truck parked on the side of the road, you may want to stop in.

La Fashion Coach LLC is the latest business on wheels in Jacksonville. From dresses to jeans, purses, shoes and jewelry, you can find a little bit of everything. 

Susanne Radtke and her husband are the owners.

"It's amazing how much you can actually put in  these trucks," Radtke said. "We weren't too sure at first, but we have a whole lot more at home. It's at capacity now though."

Radtke and her husband have stacked the shelves with gently used and brand new designs from the likes of Betsy Johnson, Bebe, Coach and more.

"We have a lot of brand new BCBG, Michael Kors, Miss Me jeans,"  Radtke said. "It's a very wide variety."

Only on the road a few weeks, La Fashion Coach is already getting a lot of buzz around town.

"It really just cuts down on the stress of having to go to the mall to having to go drive in traffic and park and get out and do all of that," Radtke told us. "We can come to your home and set up right there for you and your friends to shop. We will even come to your office."

To check the location for La Fashion Coach, or to book an event, contact them at (904) 891-3317 or visit them on Facebook.


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