Hofeld is the founder of Antique Radio Store, a square-foot shop sandwiched between a coffee shop and a health food store in downtown La Mesa. They're too valuable to be discarded or to just sit and collect dust. Hofeld opened the shop in -- and took on two partners who were antique radio collectors -- in an effort to turn a hobby into a "hobby business. Will they just roll up a big garbage can and dump all this wonderful stuff into a hole someplace? He was trained as a radio technician by the Navy and served from to repairing shipboard radios in the Philippines. He even owned his own mobile-telephone and pocket-pager business for 14 years.
Antique Radio Collection - Truetone Radios | Flickr
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