Eric Vasquez, 10, arranges his lego products while his mom, Luisa, ties a balloon to a sign to announce the grand opening of Eric’s Lego store in the Proctor District last Friday.
Eric Vasquez, 10, arranges his lego products while his mom, Luisa, ties a balloon to a sign to announce the grand opening of Eric’s Lego store in the Proctor District last Friday. Lui Kit Wong Staff photographer
Eric Vasquez, 10, arranges his lego products while his mom, Luisa, ties a balloon to a sign to announce the grand opening of Eric’s Lego store in the Proctor District last Friday. Lui Kit Wong Staff photographer

Tacoma boy, 10, opens his own store selling Legos in the Proctor District

July 18, 2015 03:55 AM

UPDATED July 23, 2015 03:09 PM

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