Woman creates clothing company, BKQ Amputee Boutique, to help those with amputees
3:03 PM, Nov 11, 2016
3:44 PM, Nov 11, 2016
TULSA – One woman's business started as a personal project but soon became something much more, helping many who are amputees.
Kerry Baez lost her leg in a car accident when was just 25 in 2009.
After the incident, she decided to find a way to still be able to wear fashionable clothing that fit and was comfortable. So, she started adding zippers to her pants and jeans.
When other people who are amputees noticed, they began contacting her to help them have pants that would work with their bodies. Before long, the creations morphed into a business: BKQ Amputee Boutique.