Orlando, Florida (PressExposure) June 17, 2013 -- Dreams Recycled today launches a specialized marketplace for all your one-time dream items to sell the old in order to make room for the new. The site allows users to list and sell any once treasured but now forgotten items, such as engagement rings from first marriages, wedding dresses, prom dresses, christening gowns and even unwanted wedding gifts. Dreams Recycled was inspired by an actual dream following the CEO's divorce, and drove her to create a community and outlet for others like her to move on, let go of the past and realize there is life after love.
At one time or another every girl has stared at that dress in her closet that cost a fortune and was only worn once - many hold on to it hoping to wear it again but never do. Now, you can profit from that dream dress or accessory by listing it through Dreams Recycled. Brides can recoup wedding costs by listing their wedding dress and bridesmaids will be grateful for the chance to earn cash on dresses they will never wear again. The site even offers a unique chat room where buyers and sellers can interact beyond a transactional level and share past experiences and stories with each other.
"Being recently divorced, I wanted to create an online marketplace and community where others in similar situations could connect and let go of the items that they will never use again and use that to fund their next dreams in life," said Tiffany Beverlin, CEO and founder of Dreams Recycled. "But Dreams Recycled is more than just a place to go to after divorce; men looking to pop the question can find one-of-a-kind engagement rings at a fraction of the cost and young girls can earn money on their once worn homecoming and prom dresses. We even encourage users to list unwanted or duplicate wedding gifts in the marketplace."
Dreams Recycled will be hosting a 1 ct. diamond ring giveaway to celebrate its launch. All individuals who list items between June 17 and August 7, will be automatically entered to win the seven-stone flower design ring set in a classic 14 kt. white gold band. Full details including photos on the diamond ring giveaway can be found at http://www.dreamsrecycled.com.