Rochester space pet house owners could have a brand new choice this fall when looking for kibble and collars.
Chuck & Don’s Pet Meals and Provides, a regional retail chain, is constructing out a 2,696-sq.-foot retailer within the nook of the just lately reworked Barlow Plaza at 1117 Sixth St. NW.
The situation additionally will function a self-service pet washing station plus an outside pet train space. It’s anticipated to open this fall with a grand opening occasion scheduled for the weekend of Nov. four-5. The occasion will embrace free samples, pets for adoption and actions.
Mike Ward will handle the brand new location. Chuck & Don’s has shops in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Colorado. The Rochester store would be the twenty eighth in Minnesota. The closest retailer to the Med Metropolis is in Northfield.
In an announcement concerning the new location, Chuck & Don’s CEO Bob Hartzell stated, “Rochester continues to be a number one metropolis in Minnesota and is an ideal location to deliver happiness to pets. We’re very excited to announce this new location and convey our information and pet experience to this valued group.”
After 36 years in enterprise regionally, Rick Weiss has bought his two Insty-Prints outlets in Rochester and Pink Wing.
Whereas Weiss is stepping again, Bob and Ilaya Hopkins are stepping up as the brand new house owners of the companies. They’re re-branding them beneath the identify of Allegra.
“We see Rochester as an enormous progress alternative,” stated Bob Hopkins at Tuesday’s announcement of the change on the 2410 N. Broadway location in Rochester. “As Allegra, we’ll do every part Intsy-Prints did and extra. We’ll transcend print to supply full advertising options.”
Insty-Prints-turned-Allegra has 14 staff on the two places.
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