II Sisters in Tonasket under new ownership

TONASKET - A long-time Tonasket store is under new ownership. Jerry and Stephanie Bradley bought the II Sisters Video Store...

Photo by Amy Veneziano	Stephanie Bradley stands behind a new trophy case installed recently at II Sisters Video Store. The Bradley’s bought the store and added the trophy and sign-making business in April.

Photo by Amy Veneziano Stephanie Bradley stands behind a new trophy case installed recently at II Sisters Video Store. The Bradley’s bought the store and added the trophy and sign-making business in April.

TONASKET – A long-time Tonasket store is under new ownership.

Jerry and Stephanie Bradley bought the II Sisters Video Store on Whitcomb Avenue on April 16. They have since sold their house in Enumclaw and moved east.

“Like many people from Western Washington, we spent a lot of time on this side hunting and fishing,” Jerry Bradley said. “We’ve always liked the area.”

The main concern was finding a way to support their family, he said.

“We stumbled across the video store for sale and thought, there it is,” he said. “So we packed up and left.”

He worked for Kenworth Trucks in Renton and she worked for Boeing. They also ran a small trophy store together, he said.

They will be incorporating the trophy store into II Sisters.

They’ve added Stampede Awards and Signs, which will make trophies and various types of signs for the area.

The Bradley’s have two children: Jame, 20, a student at Central Washington University and Beau, a rising senior at Tonasket High School.

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