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Local store celebrates anniversary by giving away product

MAUMEE, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Customers at one local store got quite the gift on Saturday.

The Appliance Center Home Store in Maumee celebrated its 50th Anniversary by giving away more than $50,000 in merchandise.

The owners said they're proud to be locally owned.

130 people from the area work at the store.

"We would really like to thank the community, our 130 employees would like to thank the community. It has just been a wonderful 50 years," said Appliance Center Home Store owner, Julie Oswald Abbey.

The event ends July 21st.

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