Business battling fatal disease
The Tobacco Superstore in Tunica, Miss. will be among stores all over Mississippi and Arkansas selling pin-ups to support the “Walk to Defeat ALS of Central Arkansas.”
David Cohn of Forrest City, Ark., founder of the Tobacco Superstores, was diagnosed with amoyotrophic lateral sclerosis in January 2010. ALS is a neurological disease that currently has no cure. It is also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
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