Darin Gross, a 22-year-old entrepreneur who recently graduated from Michigan State University, is working on that problem. He has a new project meant to make it more affordable for local sons and daughters to buy textbooks at three Michigan universities by letting them buy and sell directly.
It all started when Gross bought a book for a class, paying $100 for a tome that he later learned had been sold to the bookstore by his best friend — for $25.
“He could have made more money, I could have saved a lot more money,” Gross said.
Booklify was born.
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