FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) – Girls of all ages flocked to the Coliseum Saturday for the Girls’s Expo, together with second grader Chloe Bradley and her grandma, Janice Bradley.
Bradley owns Good 10 Salon and Boutique in Avilla, Indiana.
She additionally takes her enterprise on the highway for reveals and expos along with her ‘Good Stylish Cellular Boutique.’ It is a trailer she makes use of to move her objects on the market, and it even has two altering rooms for patrons to attempt on garments.
Bradley additionally brings her granddaughters along with her, who take turns serving to out. In addition they make the flower halos that she sells and every buy goes in the direction of their faculty fund.
“I actually wish to assist ingrain in them that arduous work pays off,” she mentioned.
It is a possibility for them to work collectively, learn to depend cash and develop good manors, Bradley mentioned.
What means essentially the most to her granddaughters, is the standard time they get to spend with their grandma.
“I similar to promoting stuff and hanging out along with her,” Chloe Bradley mentioned.
Bradley says she’s attended the annual Girls’s Expo for about 4 years.
“Since I’ve a salon, I have been working with girls for thirty some years, and I simply love empowering others, assist construct them up and assist them make selections that make them really feel extra assured and have enjoyable on the identical time,” Bradley mentioned. “I imply it is like taking part in gown up each single day.”
She focuses on three types: Christian, Nation and Stylish, she mentioned.
The 13th annual Girls’s Expo on the Coliseum wrapped up Saturday evening.