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Crossroads Book & Music Moving To New Location

October 16, 2012, 5:45 PM by Angela Kennecke

Crossroads Book & Music Moving To New Location
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

Crossroads Book & Music is downsizing for more visibility. 

The Christian store is moving from its building on Westport Avenue behind the Empire East Mall to the Gilrich Village Strip Mall at 41st Street and Grange Avenue.  The store hopes to be open in its new location, which is less than half the size of its current building, November 1.

KELOLAND News has learned that there is a buyer for the current Crossroads Book & Music building, which is a new group to the city.  The name of that buyer is not being released yet.

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