Welcome to "Meet the Mayor," a segment in which we interview local Foursquare Mayors in their natural habitats.
Kelvin Maynard, Jr.CeX Complete Entertainment Exchange
Your all-time best
find?A flip cell phone that would have been about $300 from AT&T.
I got it for about $120 from CeX. The only reason I don't still have it is I
lost it, but it was a really good phone.
I liken the basement to
a landfill of pop culture. What say you?I would think of that old saying, "One man's garbage is
another man's treasure." There are a lot of people who have never seen certain
shows who can pick them up at CeX. If somebody's never seen Buffy the Vampire Slayer, they can find
the old seasons. The only issue I have with the place is there are so many
people coming in to turn their old stuff in and buy stuff, there are often long
Every time I buy DVDs
or games, I end up talking about them with whoever's behind the counter for
five minutes.That's true. It's a give and a take. They should open up
separate registers downstairs to deal with the overflow, or if they had more
employees on the floor instead of at the counter, they'd get more people in and
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