CN&R Camp Fire Follow-up on Swiss Link Military Surplus

CN&R Camp Fire Follow-up on Swiss Link Military Surplus

The stench of the Camp Fire permeated the cold warehouse in south Chico.

It was a month after the fire destroyed Maurice Huffman’s military surplus business in Paradise, melting 40,000 square feet of merchandise, including priceless items collected over decades. It was back to square one for Huffman and the roughly 12 employees who stuck around. No computers. No inventory. Just phones....

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Story originally published by the Chico News & Review on 02.20.2020

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