Six days a week, an old Sam’s Club at 7660 Stockton Blvd. attracts Sacramentans from more than 20 nations across five continents to ShopSmart. They come to buy jewelry, shoes, handbags, T-shirts, wedding dresses, cosmetics and electronics, or to get their hair cut, nails done or hands adorned with henna tattoos while their kids play in a bounce house.
Six days a week, an old Sam’s Club at 7660 Stockton Blvd. attracts Sacramentans from more than 20 nations across five continents to ShopSmart. They come to buy jewelry, shoes, handbags, T-shirts, wedding dresses, cosmetics and electronics, or to get their hair cut, nails done or hands adorned with henna tattoos while their kids play in a bounce house. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Six days a week, an old Sam’s Club at 7660 Stockton Blvd. attracts Sacramentans from more than 20 nations across five continents to ShopSmart. They come to buy jewelry, shoes, handbags, T-shirts, wedding dresses, cosmetics and electronics, or to get their hair cut, nails done or hands adorned with henna tattoos while their kids play in a bounce house. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

Cultures and commerce on display at south Sacramento’s ShopSmart

March 15, 2015 9:55 PM

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