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Business Scene - John's Pawn

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John's Pawn is located at 81 North Main in Huntington.

John's Pawn is open and ready for business on Huntington's Main Street. John and Diane Melo, have opened the new business at 81 North Main in Huntington. The building formerly housed a gym. Their hours are Mon-Fri. from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturdays.

John was raised in Wellington and they have lived in Lawrence for the past two years. They have 15 grandchildren, many of whom attend Huntington Elementary which is just across the street from the new business. John said, "We pawn items and we also have items for sale. We have jewelry, camcorders, TVs, stereos, sewing machines, cordless drills, antiques, tools, sporting goods and video games. We are waiting for a federal license so we can sell guns. We are interested in everything. Come in and look around."

Diane encourages you to come in and look at the dolls they have. She plans on making more dolls for sale at the store. She makes pillow dolls, wreath dolls and fancy barbie dolls. They also plan on adding craft items at the store. New and used bikes will be arriving soon and they are excited about adding bikes to the inventory. Also microwave ovens will be among the new items arriving.

They specialize in new and slightly used items and encourage you to call 687-5723 for more information.

John also takes livestock.

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