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Business Beat - DEC 26

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Dot's Uniform Shop has made a move from Main Street -- to inside Trinity Health-St. Joe's. And it makes sense being the store sells items for those in the medical profession. You'll find them on the main level of St. Joe's. They made the move here three months ago after 15 years downtown. Being located inside a medical facility is creating more traffic as folks learn of the move...You'll find uniforms and shoes and everything needed to be comfortable at work here at Dot's.

The build out of Stanley continues -- and a new travel center is getting ready to open its doors. On the west edge of Stanley on Highway 2 you'll find this Holiday Station store getting closer to completion. Holiday is adding locations in the region -- with Minot's not too far from opening just to the north of Home Depot...which also is getting closer to a grand opening celebration in the Magic City.

With Business Beat, I'm Perry Olson.

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