Dannah Gresh, a State College, Pa., mother of two adolescent girls who leads nationwide lectures on fashion and modesty for girls, called Secret Keeper Girl, launched a shopping event on Oct. 23 and 24 designed to thank certain stores for their age-appropriate wares.
Gresh, founder of the Christian youth ministry organization True Freedom, sought petition signers at her lectures over the last year to vote on mass-retail stores that succeed in “consistently offering age-appropriate clothing” while also “creating fun and trendy looks.” GapKids, Old Navy, The Children’s Place and Land’s End received the most votes, and were targeted, according to Gresh, as shopping destinations for the more than 14,000 mothers who signed the petition, dubbed “The Bod Squad.”
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