Monday, January 17, 2005

From hawker to a shopping giant

Lessons for Kenya as a Karibu, a black bookstore, grows to become a power in Washington DC.
Sana and his partner Yao Ahoto started selling books from a street vending table in the District in 1992. Today, they have four stores in malls in Hyattsville, Bowie, Hillcrest Heights and Forestville. They also operate a kiosk in Pentagon City Mall in Arlington.

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