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October 7, 2006

Downtown Business Back in Business After Hurricane

A longtime, downtown Hattiesburg retailer, forced to re-locate after Hurricane Katrina, is back in business and doing well in its original location.  Sack's Outdoors lost its roof and windows in the storm and inside, the store had major water damage.  But, after months at a temporary location on Broadway Drive, Sack's is back at the corner of Pine and Market streets.  Today, the store hosted a day-long, official grand re-opening, welcoming old friends and new customers.  Sack's has actually been re-opened for close to a month, but chose to hold its grand re-opening today.

 

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