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Inside Business: Moorhead Flooring and More closing for good

MOORHEAD-Roger Stuhaug has been installing carpet and flooring in the area since about 1980 and he figures it's time to start thinking about retirement.

MOORHEAD-Roger Stuhaug has been installing carpet and flooring in the area since about 1980 and he figures it's time to start thinking about retirement.

He'll take a step in that direction at the end of July, when he expects to close Moorhead Flooring and More, which has been in Moorhead for about 16 years.

For the last five or so years, the store has been in a building at 2406 2nd Ave. N.

When Stuhaug started his business, it was located north of Dilworth, and he called it 5 to 9 Carpet.

After Moorhead Flooring and More goes out of business at the end of this month Stuhaug says he will continue to take on some jobs, but far fewer than he does now and they will be by appointment only.

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"It's going to be more, like, 'If you know me, I can get you a deal on carpet,' " said Stuhaug, who cut back to no employees a few years ago when he began downsizing his business.

"It's just me and now it is time to cut back some more," he said.

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