THINK Business: Jon Dwoskin Interviews Dani Lutz, CEO reWEARable
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One Dress Makes a Difference

Dani Lutz is a 16 year old junior at Groves High School in Southfield, Michigan. She started the charity reWEARable, which collects new, gently used dresses, shoes and accessories for girls who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford them for prom.

reWEARable is a non profit organization with the mission to provide young girls with a newfound confidence. Through donations, this charity provides dresses and accessories to girls for prom who may not otherwise be able to afford them. ReWEARable also strives to improve the urban Detroit area by making young girls feel special and beautiful on prom night.

Dani has partnered with Detroit Public Schools with the goal to dress at least 500+ girls this year. Her mission is to boost confidence and make girls’ dreams of going to prom a reality.

The charity collects donations of shoes, dresses (short or long), costume jewelry, purses, and shawls — little black dresses are always a hit!

Dani believes that one dress can make a difference!


reWEARable’s Say Yes to the Prom Dress event  is this Thursday, March 22, 4:00 – 7:00 PM at the Detroit School for the Arts. Reach out to if you’d like to  volunteer. 



Show Notes:

In this episode Jon and Danielle Lutz discuss:

  • reWEARable is all about empowering less privileged students
  • It’s all about being proud to go to prom
  • Dani is making it an experience, not just a charity


Key Takeaways and Actionable Success Principles:

  • The idea of reWEARable is to help those who are in need
  • The memories of prom will last forever and reWEARable is a big part of making that happen



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Show Notes by Show Producer: Anna Nygren

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*E – explicit language may be used in this podcast.