The economic impact of fracking is being felt in the jewelry industry.
Yes, fracking - or hydraulic fracturing. We're seeing more of the controversial practice in Ohio, but it's old news in Pennsylvania, where a jewelry store owner says sales jumped 20% when drillers started coming to town for temporary work.
"Drillers came in and they wanted everything from the drill bits, frack pumps, frack trucks, everything to do with the gas industry," said Gary Wilcox, owner of C&G Wilcox in Towanda, PA.
He says fracking memorabilia can cost thousands of dollars.
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