It's many a Magic player's dream to one day run their own local game store. But what's owning and operating an LGS really like? Turns out, it's a little bit of everything and definitely comes with a cumulative upkeep. Just ask Mike Hawthorne and Ryan Overturf, co-owners of Lodestone Coffee and Games in Minnetonka, Minnesota, who were able to turn a lifelong dream into a reality.
What's In Store? | Owning Your Own LGS
Posted in Feature on May 23, 2017
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