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Johnson Brothers Pawn Shop Reopening In Temporary Store

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/29/2013

Johnson Brothers pawn shop in downtown Mansfield is set to re-open in temporary headquarters, after being damaged by a fire August 12th. The business was forced to leave 30 and 32 South Park Street after the fire, but is re-opening at 24 South Park while repairs are made. Co-owner Rhonda Johnson says the opening is set for Tuesday September 3rd at 9:30 am. She anticipates having the original store repaired and re-opened around Thansgiving. And people who have items pawned at Johnson Brothers will get them back. All pawns were kept in a safe and were not destroyed by the fire. Some need to be cleaned-up. Eric and Rhonda Johnson thanks the Mansfield police and fire departments; and their family, friends, and customers for helping with the rebuilding process and for being a source of strength during this trying time.

   
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