FOR SALE: Bikes, guns and a couple businesses

Davis, Yvette
December 2009
Wenatchee Business Journal;Dec2009, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p1
The article reports on the closure and sale of stores in Wenatchee, Washington. It notes that the stores include Go Bent Bikes owned by Jim Baxter and Hazel Baxter, Rocky's House of Guns owned by Rocky Crocker and his Dick Crocker, and formal wear and bridal shop Princess for a Day owned by Amy Chen. It states that one of the reasons behind the closure is Internet sales.


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