One Man's Plan

December 2009
PN;Dec2009, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p66
Trade Publication
The article presents the clothing preference of the disabled businessman Ben Ritter. Ritter's attire when he attends business conference projects a professional appearance. For his footwear, he makes sure that he buys shoes larger than his ordinary size. However, one of the mishaps that he always encounters in having his new dress is having his clothes ripped particularly when riding. Ritter also relates the need to have a clean wheelchair as the wheelchair also involves one's appearance.


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