03 July 2011
BY CHASE PURDY
The Ledger

She didn't need a sales pitch, the trembling in her hands did the job.

Still, Jess Higens passed the thin paper packets around the table, like a poker dealer, only her trick was designed to save money.

Hovering behind her, Jerrica Hughes bottled her own escalating excitement.

There's something unnerving about the energy at a suburban coupon swap, an event that promises the revelation of how keen organization and hawk-like deal chasing can transform any grocery-goer into a seemingly deranged shopaholic.

And they're evolving.


Read the rest of the story at The Ledger.

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