The “Reinvent Horton” campaign has made a few improvements in the northeast Kansas town since TV personality and businessman Marcus Lemonis offered advice and money last year. One day last week, new Horton resident George Wingo (left) and English Leather Shop owner Luke Pollock walked through downtown.
The “Reinvent Horton” campaign has made a few improvements in the northeast Kansas town since TV personality and businessman Marcus Lemonis offered advice and money last year. One day last week, new Horton resident George Wingo (left) and English Leather Shop owner Luke Pollock walked through downtown. JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM
The “Reinvent Horton” campaign has made a few improvements in the northeast Kansas town since TV personality and businessman Marcus Lemonis offered advice and money last year. One day last week, new Horton resident George Wingo (left) and English Leather Shop owner Luke Pollock walked through downtown. JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM

Reality TV figure Marcus Lemonis gives a bump to Horton, Kan., and small KC business

June 21, 2015 06:14 PM

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