Our store sold men (shirts, underwear, ties), women (blouses, etc.), and we also had children. Then we had a lot of bargaining with our customers. The tax office came very often. He taxed us according to the profit of each species. (eg ties had a profit of 60%). We had to note the profit percentage with the pencil. Our joy was when the teachers received the gift. Then they lined up outside the store. For Ioannina, Lord Byron was the market. Independence was for the villages. We have owned the store for 33 years since 1958.