"There hasn't been a lot of stopping and thinking," said Barbra Pushies, left, pictured with business partner Maridee Nelson. "We just started going." Their quest to open what is believed to be the country's first mobile yarn store included a $10,000 campaign on the crowd-funding site Indiegogo.com. The pair found a used Chevrolet P30 Step Van and a mechanic to evaluate it on Craigslist. Crowd-sourcing via Indiegogo.com raised $10,000 to cover the cost of tricking out the vehicle, which they have nicknamed Little Debbie.
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