The Cutting Edge: Recession Specials

Deals sure to be kind to your wallet

of great freebies at Walletpop.com, a blog all about finding deals. If you or someone you know is into ultra high-end hair care products, Aveda is giving out free samples of its Black Malva shampoo. All you have to do is fill out a quick hair care survey and provide your name and shipping address. For the super thrifty, this product will make a neat addition to any gift bag, box, or basket.

What are some of the deals you’ve come across?

Stop by tomorrow for Part 2 of my recession specials blog to find out how companies are working with customers who’ve been laid off.

Renita Burns is the editorial assistant at BlackEnterprise.com.

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