What goes around comes around. Ed and Linda Moranfound a way to use that old adage to make money and buildtheir reputation in the Cleveland suburb where they run theirDiscGoRound new- and used-CD franchise.
High school students from Brooklyn, Ohio, andother area schools raise money collecting people's used CDs bygoing door-to-door and setting up drop boxes. The kids take thetunes into DiscGoRound, where they're paid around $2 perCD. DiscGoRound then sells the used CDs to its many localcustomers.
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