TikToker trades hairpin for a house in Montgomery County
CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – A TikTok project ended with a California woman effectively swapping a hairpin for a house in Montgomery County.
Demi Skipper, @trademeproject TikTok has over 5 million subscribers who have followed its hairpin journey at home.
Her story will be featured on “The Today Show” on Monday, December 20 at 7:30 am, according to a statement this morning from the Montgomery County government, which organized the shoot at Downtown Commons.
Skipper started out with a hairpin and, over the months since his debut, traded larger and larger valuables, ending up with everything from a Peloton bike to a diamond necklace, with 28 exchanges before landing in the house, depending on the New York Post.
Skipper and her husband will be living in Clarksville for about three months while they renovate the house. She told the Post the house was worth around $ 80,000 in its current condition.
Local realtors Ciera and Bill Netherton have traded in the house for a solar-powered trailer in order to promote Clarksville, Montgomery County, the statement said.