Barron Link, a co-founder of Niall Inc., assembled a watch on Wednesday, Sept. 3, in his Kansas City office. The startup company aims to become a name in the luxury watch market, competing with the likes of Cartier and Rolex with products assembled in the Kansas City Crossroads.
Barron Link, a co-founder of Niall Inc., assembled a watch on Wednesday, Sept. 3, in his Kansas City office. The startup company aims to become a name in the luxury watch market, competing with the likes of Cartier and Rolex with products assembled in the Kansas City Crossroads. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Barron Link, a co-founder of Niall Inc., assembled a watch on Wednesday, Sept. 3, in his Kansas City office. The startup company aims to become a name in the luxury watch market, competing with the likes of Cartier and Rolex with products assembled in the Kansas City Crossroads. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

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