HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — A Pennsylvania company that recycles printer-ink cartridges says it’s opening a store in downtown Hagerstown.
Chambersburg, Pa.-based Think reInk said Monday it has agreed to anchor a business incubator in a former CVS pharmacy building that the city bought in April.
Company President Nathan Rotz says the business refills a variety of ink cartridges for consumers and businesses.
The city says the store will create two jobs initially when it opens this summer.
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