Economy

November 10, 2010 1:25 PM

In Wichita's economy, pawnshops prospering

A down economy means business is up for A-OK Enterprises in Wichita, and owner Bruce Harris has big expansion plans. "The economy has been very poor, and because of that, people are changing the way they're shopping, and they're buying a lot of stuff from me," he says of his four A-OK Pawn Shops .

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