When Adam Saad says the economy is coming back, people should listen.
He knows by experience. His business was driven into the pits during the depths of the Great Recession Operators of similar businesses in other markets didnt make it. He did, and business is solid again.
“I know that when people spend their money with us, the economy is coming back,” says Saad, the point man in a three-person partnership that has owned and operated Rush Hour Karting, an indoor, high-speed, competitive go-kart track that’s tucked away along a country road somewhere between where Garner ends and Clayton begins.
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