Economic experts seem to have positive outlooks for the final quarter of trading at West Allis’ main commodities exchange. The Pawn America on 76th and Lincoln has seen lines out the door, both on the selling, and purchasing ends. The most exciting reports seem to be on the electronics end, where analysts have reported a 75% increase on gaming consoles being traded that actually have their serial numbers, as well as a 35% increase in smartphones that have not been reported stolen.
There are still the usual troubles, however. There are reports of an unnamed racing sausage trying to pawn game used jock-straps. As well as a local West Allis man, who has been trying to sell his neighbor’s slow blower for the past two weeks, just painting it different colors each time he comes in. Even with that happening, experts say this could lead into a very exciting year for West Allis’ economy. One excited local businessman, who sells undisclosed consumables directly behind the Pawn America, says “I might be able to finally hire another employee, and expand to behind the Kwik Pantry down the road.”