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But, when you actually stop to think about it, what good are new clothes and deodorant when you haven’t been able to wash properly in months? Think how nice it is to step into a long, hot shower after a tough day and imagine what it would be like never, or rarely, having access to private, safe washing facilities. That is the thinking behind Shower to the People’s Mobile Shower Unit. ‘People can get food and clothes, but if they haven’t had a shower in three months, they can’t get a job even flipping burgers,’ says Jake Austin, a 31-year-old pastor from St. Louis, Missouri, who purchased an old truck from Craigslist for $5,000 (£3,860) and set about transforming it into a mobile shower unit. The unit now contains two shower stalls, offering total privacy, with changing areas, plus a long row of sinks and mirrors where people can shave and clean their teeth.
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The company, which specialises in clothing for women aged over 50, complained that last year had been more challenging than it had expected and that it had not managed to...Bonmarché, the discount clothing retailer, blamed a string of factors, from bad weather to Brexit, for sliding annual profits and its failure to increase market share. HELLO! Canada: Daily news- Celebrity, fashion and beauty.