Historic Speed Unlimited closing
Another iconic D.C. area business is closing its doors in the era of COVID-19.
MORNINGSIDE, Md. - Another iconic D.C. area business is closing its doors in the era of COVID-19.
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Speed Unlimited in Prince George’s County opened in 1967 – and it has remained a family business ever since.
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George Mandes’ father Pete opened the store – and George started out selling parts in the shop in his early teens.
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Now – due to the pandemic – the store that has served customers in Prince George’s County for over half a century will close.
Speed Unlimited will officially close on Nov. 30.