Courtney Smith chats with customer Ronnie Vaughan at King’s Red & White grocery store in Durham. Smith has been working in the family business, which her father and uncle own, since she was a child. She hopes to one day own the place.
Courtney Smith chats with customer Ronnie Vaughan at King’s Red & White grocery store in Durham. Smith has been working in the family business, which her father and uncle own, since she was a child. She hopes to one day own the place. JAMIE KENNEDY JONES
Courtney Smith chats with customer Ronnie Vaughan at King’s Red & White grocery store in Durham. Smith has been working in the family business, which her father and uncle own, since she was a child. She hopes to one day own the place. JAMIE KENNEDY JONES

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