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Thrill City plays to the fan base


The owners and operators of Thrill City, a new clothing shop on Franklin Street, have dreams for the future but a present and past deeply rooted in Chapel Hill. Co-owner Ryan Cocca has lived in Chapel Hill since he was 6 years old, living behind and graduating from East Chapel Hill High School. He met his business partner, Rohan Smith, a Morehead-Cain scholar from London, in a photojournalism class. (Chapel Hill News)


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