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There are 300-square-foot studios with plywood walls and open-air ceilings, walk-in storefronts with garage doors that open onto a central parking lot, and a former factory stockroom.
The stockroom, the grounds, the bathrooms, everything was immaculate.
Also, it was supposed to help reduce or eliminate the time that goods are kept in a store’s stockroom before hitting the aisles.
Fieg’s story, told over and again on sneaker blogs, in Kith marketing material, and on this very website, is familiar to the point of being dog-eared: Queens kid catches a job in the stockroom of David Z, a Manhattan shoe emporium.
The fifth-floor stockroom contains the more toxic organic chemicals and solvents.
On a recent visit by The Bee to the fourth-floor stockroom, a staff member pointed out corroded drawer handles, door jambs and metal outlet covers.
In a stockroom in which ISIS fighters had bunked, amid blankets and shoes and a teapot, lay a chest rig for Kalashnikov magazines.
In her stockroom, Dabney keeps flags from 193 United Nations member countries — from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe — as well as state flags and Florida-specific flags.
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