Daybreak North | Mar 8, 2013 | 6:12

Surviving the Bust

Town going bust? Maybe try opening a spa. Daybreak's Leisha Grebinski speaks with Andrea de Sousa, owner of Vitality Massage and Spa. De Sousa thrived in a time of economic doom.

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