1st Meztiza to Open a Free Store Front in San Diego County

Shirley Hunter. Photo Courtesy of Sherry Hunter.

By Marissa Acierto 

Shirley Hunter. Photo Courtesy of Sherry Hunter.

NATIONAL CITYA mestiza woman of multi-ethnic descent of Filipina, Chinese, Scottish, Irish, Hispanic American descent went for the opportunity of a lifetime to be a business entrepreneur. Shirley Hunter was a former employee of Kaiser Hospital in the radiology healthcare department and currently a Real Estate Investor. Ms. Hunter recently open-ed up a free storefront in National City. Bottom-line it has no rental fees and no inventory cost.

In 2010 of December when the real estate market was declining, this amazing woman decided to participate in the business opportunity that would give her the challenges that life has to offer especially with the economic downfall that was going on not only nationwide but international. On June 24, 2011, the grand opening store front came into fusion and an American dream of owning a minority owned small business came true.

A perfect business opportunity for new and continuing small business entrepreneurs which was offered in the United States barely a year and a half ago.

The business opportunities offered free utilities (i.e. water, electric, insurance, etc.); a free inventory such as stock up supplies in stores and col-laterals, etc. Lastly, believe it or not “free rent.”

The product contains mostly natural organic products. Many other supplies as well that are cost effective and affordable. Items sold in store are women beauty products, household cleansing, vitamins, etc.

A VIP shopper from the North County said, “I purchased five of the cleansers from the National City store. Prior to that I purchased one from a non-related store, and it was double the cost. I saved 50% on the same product in the Southbay store location. Both products worked the same way.”

For the time being, three stores opened up in San Diego County: Hillcrest, Poway and National City. Tentatively coming soon by Southwestern College, another one in Eastlake and Carlsbad. This is a do not miss business opportunity. The initial sign-up fee to join is only $60 dollars.

The company plans to generate approximately a total of 10,000 projected stores to open up nationwide. It has been around for 32 years and is affiliated with successful businesses such as Papa John’s, 7-Eleven, Sheraton Hotel, Starbuck’s, Wendy’s Restaurant, Krispy Kreme, etc.

A free seminar on how to get your own free store usually begins at 2 p.m. on Tuesday or Saturday at 2 p.m. Otherwise, arrangements can be made for a one-on-one individual or group presentation.

For further info contact Sherry Hunter at [email protected] or (619) 395-2272; Elena Saludares-Stein at [email protected]; Lydia Duro, R.N. (ret.) at [email protected]; Laarni Thornton at [email protected].


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