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Point couple combines video games, coffee shop into self-made business (with video)

7:44 PM, Oct. 9, 2013
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Editor's note: This is the fourth in a week-long series of stories about how the Great Recession has changed the lives of Stevens Point-area residents during the past five years.

Chad and Nena Fisher were about to take the chance of a lifetime, spending all of their savings, borrowing tens of thousands of dollars and taking a flier on a brand-new business in downtown Stevens Point.

Then, just as they were finalizing their plan for the Tech Lounge, a mashup of video games and gourmet coffee, the Great Recession struck, sucking millions of dollars out of the economy and leaving families without a ...

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