Kinsley said he felt the design will help the store become more of a destination for area shoppers while continuing a tradition of hospitality that had long been a part of the company. The store it replaced resembled a barn, complete with red paint, and is where the model trains originated. “If people are waiting on line, we may as well give them something to look at,” Kinsley reasoned. He confessed to few worries as the opening approached, expressing confidence that his ...
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