2013-04-25 / Top News

Nodak True Value draws big crowd at grand re-opening



Over 1,000 people from a multi-county area turned out for the three-day grand re-opening of Nodak True Value in their new store at the junction of U.S. Highway 83 and N.D. Highway 13. The event was held Thursday, Friday and Saturday last week. Pictured above are the store’s staff, left to right, co-owner Ben Wald, Sherry Gefre, co-owner Terry Holzer, Dennis Weber, Kate (Terry) Holzer and Marie Weber. Over 1,000 people from a multi-county area turned out for the three-day grand re-opening of Nodak True Value in their new store at the junction of U.S. Highway 83 and N.D. Highway 13. The event was held Thursday, Friday and Saturday last week. Pictured above are the store’s staff, left to right, co-owner Ben Wald, Sherry Gefre, co-owner Terry Holzer, Dennis Weber, Kate (Terry) Holzer and Marie Weber.

The large parking area surrounding the Nodak True Value building was full during the three-day grand re-opening. Like a major store in a shopping center, the 19,800-square-foot business is now considered an anchor store for Linton and is drawing people from throughout the region. The large parking area surrounding the Nodak True Value building was full during the three-day grand re-opening. Like a major store in a shopping center, the 19,800-square-foot business is now considered an anchor store for Linton and is drawing people from throughout the region.

Deb Schumacher prepared the delicious meal served Friday. Above, Deb, left, serves with Ann Pohanka of Park River. Deb Schumacher prepared the delicious meal served Friday. Above, Deb, left, serves with Ann Pohanka of Park River.

Standing in the store’s expanded paint section are, left to right, co-owners Ben Wald and Terry Holzer; and Dennis Weber. Standing in the store’s expanded paint section are, left to right, co-owners Ben Wald and Terry Holzer; and Dennis Weber.

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