After several years of working two jobs and seven days a week, Bill Romo wants a day off. So he’s closing Got Game, a Sutherlin business that he has owned and operated for the past nine years. He’ll continue working as an assistant auditor in a Roseburg office. Got Game is at 106 E. Central Ave. Romo had employees work the store on weekdays and then he worked it on weekends. “It had gotten to be just too much,” Romo said. “I need more than no days off. It has become overwhelming.” The store’s inventory included new and used DVDs …
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