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Clifton Park women work to turn tiny house store into big business

Elaine Houston & WNYT Staff
Created: March 18, 2021 05:26 PM

It seems like more and more people are really getting into the new tiny house movement, including Nicole Nicholas and Randi Poillon.

However, the pair is not trying to drive home a point about downsizing or living a simpler life. They've turned their little home into a micro-mobile boutique.

They are hoping to provide women with a miniature but more convenient way of shopping.

That means they can pull up in your driveway, so you can have someone on one retail therapy or invite a couple of people to squeeze in with you.

Former hairstylists, they've always loved fashion, and shopping has been a big part of their relationship.

They call the business Haute Messes in Dresses, and say bookings are booming as people who don't like mall shopping are choosing mini shopping in a tiny home.

Learn more about how they came up with the idea by watching the video of Elaine Houston's story.

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