11/04/13 Sue Firebaugh and her son, Chris Firebaugh, invite the Plymouth community to the grand-opening of their new business, P & N Pawn Shop at 1842 West Jefferson Street. Sue and Chris, both originally from the Michigan City area have extensive experience in the pawn shop industry. Sue gained experience with her parents at their family pawn shop in Arkansas whereas Chris grew up working with his other Grandparents at Ameri-Pawn in Northern Indiana. Both feel they can bring their experience to Plymouth and provide a needed service to the community.
P & N Pawn Shop was named after Pearl Firebaugh (P) and Nancy Hodges (N), both of whom passed due to cancer. Sue and Chris decided on Plymouth for their venture because of the lack of competition and strong community presence.
“Everyone in Plymouth is just so friendly,” said Sue Firebaugh. “My son Chris has been living in Knox and always said how great of a community Plymouth is. There is a lot of excitement being generated by this pawn shop, it’s nice to see everyone so willing to help.”
P & N Pawn Shop will be open Monday through Friday from 9-6pm and Saturdays from 10-3pm.
Pictured is Sue Firebaugh, Chris Firebaugh, Paul Friedrich, Chelsie Firebaugh, Christopher Firebaugh, Sally Cripe, Ben Calendar, Stanley Calendar, Juan Espinosa, Randi Strong, Sam Gobel, Mayor Mark Senter, Chamber of Commerce Ambassador members Vicki Talcott, Susie Crump, Ted Westerhof.