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Englewood Group Calls For ‘Community Cash Mob’ To Help Clothing Shop Recover After Smash-And-Grab Burglary

Englewood Group Calls For ‘Community Cash Mob’ To Help Clothing Shop Recover After Smash-And-Grab Burglary

CHICAGO (CBS) — A South Side clothing shop is getting back to business after a break-in, and people in the Englewood community are coming to its aid.

Someone smashed the window at Englewood Branded, a retail store at 63rd and Ashland, and stole what they could grab, but the store owner isn’t letting that bring him down.

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“I’m going to do the same thing I’ve been doing. I’m deeply rooted in the community,” owner Corie Luckett said. “Maybe the security measures will be a little different. For three years, I haven’t let my shutters down, because I wanted to show the community that I trust them.”

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This weekend, the Resident Association of Greater Englewood is trying to help make up for the break-in..

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They’re calling for a “community cash mob” to show up, and bring in some extra business.

Source: CBS Chicago

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