Louie Toro sits in his 2001 Nissan Sentra, which he has decorated with old phone cases and usually parks outside his downtown business, Wireless World on 10th Street. In recent years, his shop has become the great societal melting pot, as people of diverse ages and incomes come in to have their cracked and/or disabled cellphones repaired or replaced. “I call him Jolly Rancher,” one client said.
Louie Toro sits in his 2001 Nissan Sentra, which he has decorated with old phone cases and usually parks outside his downtown business, Wireless World on 10th Street. In recent years, his shop has become the great societal melting pot, as people of diverse ages and incomes come in to have their cracked and/or disabled cellphones repaired or replaced. “I call him Jolly Rancher,” one client said. rpench@sacbee.com
Louie Toro sits in his 2001 Nissan Sentra, which he has decorated with old phone cases and usually parks outside his downtown business, Wireless World on 10th Street. In recent years, his shop has become the great societal melting pot, as people of diverse ages and incomes come in to have their cracked and/or disabled cellphones repaired or replaced. “I call him Jolly Rancher,” one client said. rpench@sacbee.com

Cellphone fixer has found his calling

March 04, 2014 12:00 AM