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Jeff Peck has been making deals since he was 12 years old, working out of his family’s chain of sneaker stores, the City Athlete. The family had five stores on the Lower East Side and two in the South Bronx.
“Part of our [Jewish] culture is to become a showman. So you either become a rabbi or a salesman,” he said. “It came very naturally. To be 12 years
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