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After seeing nearly an 80% drop in business, one pet store is fighting to stay open

Video Credit: 7News - The Denver Channel - Duration: 01:35s - Published
After seeing nearly an 80% drop in business, one pet store is fighting to stay open

After seeing nearly an 80% drop in business, one pet store is fighting to stay open

A shopping center near 56th and Central Park in Stapleton is brand new and the only store, Paws nā€™ Play, is ready to serve its customers, but nobody is around.

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Anne: FOR BUSINESS OWNERS ACROSSCOLORADO, THEY ARE NOT JUSTFIGHTING TO SURVIVE, THEY AREFIGHTING TO SAVE JOBS FOR THEIREMPLOYEES.Shannon: A PET STORE CHAIN WANTYOU TO KNOW WE'RE OPEN COLORADO.DENVER 7'S IVAN RODRIGUEZ SHOWSUS WHAT PAWS AND PLAY IS UPAGAINST AS IT FIGHTS TO STAVEOFF LAYOFFS.





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