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Last Bolt Placed in Scheels

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The new Scheels store is getting closer and closer to being finished. Friday was a major milestone in construction. Crews put in the last bolt to the building at Shiloh Crossing.

The store will even have its own ferris wheel. It will also house a 16,000 gallon salt water aquarium, have its own restaurant, and a demo kitchen for instruction on how to cook wild game.

"It feels awesome, you can get a pretty good feeling now of the size of the building, and what it's going to be like. If you've never been in one of our new 220,000 square foot Scheels stores, you'll be surprised when you come in. It's quite something," says Dewey Algaard, store leader.

Scheels will hire 180 people to work inside of the super store. The new store is set to open in September 2014.

 

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