New Ownership at iSOLD It Focused on Community Outreach
Professional reseller of quality items for 14 years, iSOLD It in the Shops at Potomac Valley has a new owner, one who is committed to giving back to the community and preserving the environment. “We help people to make money and keep items out of the landfill,” new owner Michelle Baldwin said.
Baldwin and her team do research to find the right ecommerce platform for each item. Then they take professional photos and write ad copy, all to achieve the best resale. Baldwin said they work with a wide range of items with a resale value of $50 and up, anything from Chanel shoes to tires. And individuals are not their only customers. Businesses sometimes bring in their overstock; iSOLD It recently resold 75 never-before-used laptops.
Supporting the community is very important to Baldwin. She urges school groups and other nonprofits to open an account with iSOLD It. Individuals can then bring in items to be resold and donate proceeds to their favorite nonprofit.
Five Guys Renovation Almost Complete
Five Guys in Kentlands Market Square anticipates a mid-July re-opening. The restaurant closed on June 19 for renovations.
Vacation for Inferno Pizzeria Napoletana
Inferno Pizzeria Napoletana will be closed Aug. 8 through 28 for vacation. Chef-owner Tony Conte opened the 12207 Darnestown Road pizzeria in fall 2015. Since then, the pizzeria has received numerous recognitions, including “Very Best Restaurants in DC” by Washingtonian Magazine.
Dave & Buster’s Open at RIO
Dave & Busters, the full-service restaurant and arcade, held its grand opening July 2 at RIO Washingtonian Center. Dave & Buster’s occupies a 35,000-square-foot space at 9811 Washingtonian Boulevard, formerly Sport & Health.