Treasure Hunter from Dumpsters

February 18
Treasure Hunter from Dumpsters
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Jennifer Lleras, a 40-year-old owner of a marketing agency, started dumpster diving 20 years ago when, on the advice of her art professor in college, she began searching for interesting materials for her art projects.

Jennifer Lleras never gave up on this hobby, finding items every year, the total value of which she estimates at two million dollars.Thanks to this, Lleras has furnished her home with high-quality appliances and cookware that she rescued from dumpsters. Her collection includes items such as a $500 hair dryer, an equally valuable vacuum, and a luxurious pot worth around $400, showcasing her ability to discover valuable items that are still in good condition.

Lleras’s home boasts a complete security system, robotic vacuums on every floor, and even a voice-activated trash can, demonstrating the practical and luxurious potential of her unique hobby. Despite her success, Lleras remains community-oriented, generously donating many of her finds. Her story is not just about the thrill of collecting but also about the joy of mutual assistance, proving that what one considers trash can indeed be another person’s treasure.

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