Business Beat: Christmas Shop, Scapegoat Bar, Border States

Some new businesses are opening their doors in Bismarck-Mandan.
And one community staple is getting in the Christmas spirit.
Shelby Rose reports for this week's Business Beat.

The Christmas shop on the bottom floor of the seeds of hope thrift store in Bismarck and is decked out in decorations.
You can find everything from Christmas trees, to knickknacks, and ornaments. 
100% of the proceeds will go to the abused adult resource center.
But what makes this year special, it's now dedicated to Myrt Armstrong who passed away last year. 

"She kind of started the Christmas store, and she had been a long time, dedicated volunteer. And so, it just began everything to what it is today. It's all items donated throughout the year, anything and everything you're looking for," said store manager Lisa Ternes.

A North Dakota based supply chain store has a new warehouse in bismarck
Border states has over 100 branch locations around the U.S., 7 in state. 
The 100% employee owned business has 2 billion in sales annually.
This new warehouse will feature a drive through and more space to serve customers.

A new bar has popped up in Mandan.
The scapegoat bar sits perfectly on main street and opened its doors last Friday.
They have everything from blackjack, to pool tables, to darts.
The owner says they want to brand themselves as the $3 pounder bar.
A grand opening celebration will happen November 10th and 11th with a live band and much more.

 


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