By DAVID DUPONT BG Independent News You wouldn’t expect an enterprise named Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em would have its roots in romance.But the idea for Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Retro goes back when the owners Jon and Kayla Minniear were first dating. “My grandparents bought their wedding bands here,” Kayla Minniear said.“We always talked about this, opening a storefront, back when we were dating.” They were also inspired by friends in their gaming community who operate similar stores. When the store front in downtown became available, they jumped at it.
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Minniear, a 2011 Eastwood graduate, said used equipment is nothing new to her.