By The Next Big Futures (@TheNextBigFuture) January 19, 2019 It’s not often you hear about the college trunk club, but they have a big following.
The idea is that people can buy college trunks from the shop in the mall or even go shopping at the mall and pick up a new college trunk.
But there’s a catch.
The club, which exists on the same Facebook page as the college shopping chain, only accepts students and faculty members.
There are no salespeople and they’re only able to sell them on college campuses.
But that’s not the only reason why the college-themed group exists.
It’s also for college students to shop for clothing, accessories, and books.
“We’re selling clothes for the students, for the faculty members, and for the community,” said Emily Bittner, a member of the club.
“It’s for the young people that are buying clothes for themselves and not necessarily for the colleges.”
Bittners family owns a small clothing business, which is also owned by the club and has been for a number of years.
She said she started it because she wanted to help other students find clothing that was good for them.
The group sells apparel, shoes, and jewelry, and it’s also selling its own trunks for college shoppers.
In addition to selling clothing, the group also helps people shop online and in stores.
It has several locations in California, Georgia, and Texas.
Bitts is the co-founder of the group and the owner of the site.
Bitsy Swim Trunks, the sister site, also has a large student body and is not affiliated with the club, according to the club’s Facebook page.
It is one of the largest clubs in the country.
The site is also a major social media outlet for the group, according with over 1.6 million likes.
The members of the college club have a very specific purpose in mind.
“The purpose of the clubs is to support the students that are going to be students,” Bittson said.
“And for the future, to support their future education and help them make the right decisions.
To give them an outlet for their own voice in terms of what they want to do with their education.”
Bitsys founder, Tiffany Bittsey, is a freshman at Claremont McKenna College, a public university in California.
Bids for her new trunks come in monthly.
The average order is about $35, but students can pay anywhere from $40 to $80.
Bayshia Davis, a senior at San Jose State University, also joined the club in 2017.
“I thought it would be fun to see the college students have their own clothing shop,” Davis said.
Davis said the club is more than just a social media group.
“You have a bunch of people in here that are passionate about their college education, that want to support students that can’t afford to buy their own clothes or to buy something from them.
They want to have a place where they can get clothes for their families, their friends, and their students.”
The club is also interested in the college student market and is interested in working with schools and colleges on how to promote the club more.
The college trunk shop is also seeking to get some more students in.
“College is such a great time for them to get their college degree,” Betts said.
Betsy SwimTrunks is also looking for people to volunteer to help run the club with the help of the staff.
It wants to expand to include both online and offline sales.
Betts hopes to make the club even more popular in the future.
She has plans to start selling the club at malls and other places, but she also wants to get the college shoppers out into the real world and see how they get dressed.
“A lot of people come in here and they buy clothes for others and they just buy them at home,” Bettsey said.