Tuesday, May 22, 2001

Hustler buys store property

        The Hustler Corp. is now a landowner in downtown Cincinnati.

        Hustler purchased the storefront at 411 Elm St. it has been leasing for 14 months. It paid $217,000 for the property.

        The Hustler Store had been kicked out of two other downtown storefronts. The first store, on Sixth Street, closed when the city took over the area to make way for the new Contemporary Arts Center. The second store, on Race Street, closed after a dispute with the landlord.

        “Hustler is here to stay,” Jimmy Flynt said. “We're not wanted, but the city can't kick me around anymore. Landlords can't kick me around anymore. I own my own property, and I'm here to stay.”


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