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Shopping at Menards

March 13, 2013

The New Ulm Menards officially opened its doors for business on Tuesday. Crowds of curious shoppers filled the store throughout the da....

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catch22

Mar-13-13 6:49 AM

Too bad the city of New Ulm tried so hard to keep Walmart out....now Menard's is there too...think of all of the city taxes they could be collecting with all of those consumer's... no wonder some people prefer to shop Walmart vs Target for hard goods, less tax. Those city leaders really messed up big time. I wonder who will be the next big box store out there?

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careaboutsnivelrights

Mar-13-13 8:31 AM

Huh??

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Taxpayer

Mar-13-13 9:55 AM

hey catch 22, They are both within the city of New Ulm Limits!!!!!

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HEYNOW

Mar-13-13 2:41 PM

Catch22...please think before you post...as usual, your incorrect again...wow

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middleclassworker

Mar-13-13 7:11 PM

Just like Michele Bachmann, catch22 just makes it up as (s)he goes.

BTW, Walmart THREATENED to build outside of city limits if the city kept them out. Unfortunately, there was no stopping Walmart, so they did in fact build within the city limits.

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middleclassworker

Mar-13-13 7:12 PM

Maybe they can build a Lowes or Home Depot by Target for the higher class shoppers ;-)

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