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If you are looking for a gift for that hard-to-buy guy in your life, two stores in Rochester, Minnesota just announced that they are going out of business.  As their signs say, "Everything Must Go".

Going Out of Business Sales Have Started at Two Rochester, Minnesota Stores

Some very large signs are now up at Arrow Hardware & Paint in Rochester, Minnesota at 1500 North Broadway Ave.  The sign out front states in large letters that they have started their Going Out of Business Sale".  Statements like "Hurry Everything Must Go" and "Store Closing Sale" are also on the signs outside and in the store.

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If you drive down on Broadway, you'll notice that the Arrow Hardware & Paint store at 1201 Broadway Ave. S in the Crossroads Shopping Center is the second store that is now clearing out its inventory.

December 30th is the Last Day to Grab Going Out of Business Deals

According to the story that the Post Bulletin did, the doors will be closing on these two Rochester, Minnesota locations on December 30th, 2023.

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Sounds Like a Plan Is Already In The Works For These Two Stores in Rochester, Minnesota

According to some comments that have been left on some Facebook pages, the store itself is no longer going to remain an Arrow Hardware & Paint location.  However, the rumor around town is that the stores will turn into a Burggraf's Ace Hardware location.

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I've been trying to verify that information and have been searching public records, asking individuals to pass along my e-mail for a statement, but so far, I'm not seeing anything indicating this change.  I'll keep watching and if I hear an update, I'll share that over on my Facebook page - Jessica On The Radio.

Iconic Kahler Grand Hotel Sign Comes Back to Life

On Wednesday, December 6th, 2023 at 5:00 pm, the lights turned on and illuminated the iconic Kahler Grand Hotel sign. Sadly, after years of shining in the elements, the previous sign was unable to be repaired. With the help of LaCrosse Sign Co. and Building Restoration Corporation, a new sign was created.

Gallery Credit: Jessica On The Radio

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