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Stabo Scandinavian Imports opens in downtown Fargo

FARGO-- Stabo Scandinavian Imports, which began as an original tenant of West Acres Shopping Center, has completed a move to downtown Fargo. The original store opened in 1972 in the then-new West Acres. Now, it operates out of 406 Broadway N., jo...

Stabo Scandinavian Gifts has opened in downtown Fargo. Dave Olson/The Forum
Stabo Scandinavian Gifts has opened in downtown Fargo. Dave Olson/The Forum
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FARGO- Stabo Scandinavian Imports, which began as an original tenant of West Acres Shopping Center, has completed a move to downtown Fargo.

The original store opened in 1972 in the then-new West Acres.

Now, it operates out of 406 Broadway N., joining a bevy of other boutiques that can be found throughout downtown Fargo.

Owner Sue Rusch has said the move will allow more space for the Scandinavian gift and import store and more flexibility for store hours.

Stabo is located in the former Arteka Architects office along Broadway that until recently was occupied by Pink Luxe Boutique.

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Pink Luxe is now operating at 214 Roberts Alley, located in the alley between Broadway and Roberts Street that runs from Second Avenue North to Fourth Avenue North.

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