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Updated: 9:59 PM Dec 12, 2010
Love of Legos not lost on local business
One local retailer has taken the universal love for Legos and turned it into a business. The store is called E–Bricks. It was started by Kenneth Riskey three years ago. At first it only shipped lego parts around the world but just this year they've expanded the store to give buyers that hands-on Lego experience.
Posted: 7:16 PM Dec 12, 2010
Reporter: Aaron Luna
Email Address: aaron.luna@nbc11news.com
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  • by Jan Location: Australia on Dec 12, 2010 at 09:46 PM
    My son would be in his element in your store. Want to open one up here?
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