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Accidental success

How a fundraising attempt turned into a booming business

JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Ariel Spence (left) and her mother Crissy Slater, owners of Red Road Clothing, started the Indigenous-themed clothing line in their home to help fund Ariel’s school trip to Italy. They expect to gross $300,000 in sales this year.</p>

JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Ariel Spence (left) and her mother Crissy Slater, owners of Red Road Clothing, started the Indigenous-themed clothing line in their home to help fund Ariel’s school trip to Italy. They expect to gross $300,000 in sales this year.

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