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Customers Browse Menards

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Customers might need to shop for some cold weather items, considering how blustery it is on the big box store's opening weekend.

The wind and cold did not stop customers from showing up in force.

The first thing most people say they notice about the new store is how large it is.

Customers say they're excited to have more options and like having a one stop shop for all of their shopping needs.

Since the store is still in its opening week, most first-time customers say they're not looking to buy anything in particular, but just to browse and take it all in.

"We didn't come to pick up anything specific. We just wanted to - my wife and family wanted to come see the store. It's pretty exciting for Dickinson," says Shane Roers, Menards Customer.

"The first thing I ran into were laundry supplies and cleaning supplies so that's where I started to gather things up, but I intend to look at the whole store," says Mary Nordsven, Menards Customer.

Nordsven says she usually shops at the Menards in Bismarck but now she's glad to finally have the store in her hometown.

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