Teenage tycoon is opening second business

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Escape Lebanon opening July 1

By Stevie Lowery

Jordan Hourigan is nearing the end of his junior year in high school, but he’s already starting his second business.
His first business venture, J & J Inks, a graphic design, screen-printing and embroidery business, has been extremely successful.
His second business, Escape Lebanon, is one he believes will provide some much-needed entertainment opportunities for local residents and visitors alike.
“When I was little, I wanted my own theme park,” Hourigan said, with a laugh. “I’ve always wanted to entertain.”

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