Local Video-Store Owner Affected by Nonpaying Customers
MISSION – A local video-store owner says he is concerned for the future of his business due to customers who refuse to pay.
Homer Garza has managed to keep his video store “Movie Night” in business for eight years.
“People thought I was crazy when I said ‘I think I’m going to open up a video store’,” says Garza.
He says staying in business is a challenge when customers return a movie and don't pay.
He says some customers have accumulated up to $100 in unpaid rental bills.
Garza says despite challenges, business is still open.
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