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Best Sporting Goods/Outdoors Store: SCHEELS

Location: Fargo

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SCHEELS was named Best Sporting Goods/Outdoors Store in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What do you love most about this community?

“We have a motto at SCHEELS that says ‘We do GOOD in our communities,’” Store Leader Jason Mack said. “We love the passion this community has and that we are able to play a part in making the F-M community a fantastic place to live.”

How does your business support this community?

“We support through donations, volunteering, events we put on, offering a fun place to shop where you can trust the people and merchandise you buy,” Mack said.

  • Second place: Paramount Sports
  • Third place: Fleet Farm
  • Fourth place: Play It Again Sports
  • Fifth place: Runnings

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