The OfferUp partner team, HKT, recently completed a life-changing community event over in Colon, Panama where they helped out at an all-girls orphanage. We're here to highlight this amazing event we took part in.
Hey everyone Meet RevivalGypsy! She is fairly new to the OfferUp community and has had a lot of success selling home decor pieces using OfferUp Shipping. You've most likely seen her posting in the forums and helping other members. Here is our latest Q&A, featuring@RevivalGypsyand her items!
Say hello to Erin. Erin, along with her husband, own and operate a 1,500sq-ft shop in California that specializes in antiques and Native American art and collectible items. You have most likely seen Erin's posts around these forums, so without further ado, here is my recent Q & A with @Decades_Antqs
In keeping with the spirit of being neighborly, we thought we should shareDakima'samazing story. Her wedding day was fast approaching, and she ordered a wedding dress she thought she would love online. Unfortunately, when the dress arrived, it wasn't the color she expected.
She was on a tight budget and thought of listing the dress on OfferUp, and as she did, she decided to browse the Wedding category. She found one she fell madly in love with, made an offer, and funny enough, the woman who sold it to her was only 5 miles away! They became friends and she ended up inviting her to her wedding.
Meet Blythe! Not too long ago, Blythe and her family purchased a new home after unfortunately losing their previous one. Blythe had always loved decorating and frequently attended antique shows in search of pieces to spruce up her new home.
Meet James. James was introduced to OfferUp by a friend who was looking for a Jeep to purchase. After James mentioned to his friend that he too was looking for a Jeep, he downloaded OfferUp thanks to his friend's suggestion and started on his journey. Below is his story.
Meet Robin. In 2012, Robin’s mom passed away leaving Robin with her jewelry business.AlthoughRobin is artsy, she did not share the same passion for making jewelry. Thus, Robin was stuck with over 20 boxes of beads, chains, pliers, crystals, and semi precious stones that she didn’t know the value of.