How to Shop With Us
HOW TO SHOP WITH ME - CLIMB UP INTO MY 'STORE ON WHEELS' or ORDER FROM ME
Hello all. Audrey Rippingale here, I am sole owner, founder and truck driver of She Works She Plays. In 2014, I designed this unique mobile shop (yes, it is a converted semi-trailer!) so that I can haul it around BC and a little into Alberta supplying women with industrial work, safety and outdoor wear.
There are two ways to shop with me. One way is come and see me when I am set up around the province. You can check out my calendar to find out where and when I will be in communities.
The other way is to order from me. I do private orders and shipping across Canada. On March 18, 2020, I had to cancel my trips due to Covid-19. At that point I realized, like so many others, I had to change how my business operates. If you go to my Facebook Photos or Instagram Highlights I have created categories so you can see what I carry in my rig. Contact me on facebook, email email@example.com or phone 250-203-8955 and tell me what you need! I will do up an invoice quote for you and if you want to proceed you can pay by Etransfer or credit card. I have a small business account with Canada Post, shipping will cost extra because I am not Amazon and just can't afford to pay for it. I have found generallly shipping costs are $15-$20 for an average order.
If you work in industry or trades, if you are the outdoorsy type, or if you are just one of those hands-on women who likes to get her hands dirty, then this is for you.
Come and experience this exclusive shopping experience. My unique semitrailer sets up for your conveniece to come in, browse, and get what you need for your active lifestyle. Inside a comfortable change room is available for you to try on whatever you are looking for. Industrial wear can be challenging for women to find, I knows this because I have worked in the trades for decades. 10 years of that time I spent driving concrete trucks. Now I have my own 1995 Kenworth and I will bring work wear to you!
Can't wait to meet you and hear your stories. FYI, the picture is the day I brought the trailer home from the barge terminal at Duke Point and started gutting it to create my 'Store on Wheels'
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