This auto parts store made the New York Times . The paper made the store an example of how to survive tough times.
A reporter went to the wheat country in northeastern Colorado, in search for businesses that are immune to the slowdown.
He found, Marsau’s, an auto parts supply shop that opened right before the Great Depression in 1928. 80 yeras later, the store is still going strong. “Everybody else quit, or died,” John C. Wray II, the owner of Marsau’s, said to the New York Times.
This store is a perfect example that auto parts are recession-proof. Marsau's survived all depressions and recessions since 1928.
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