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Boyne City: Challenge Mountain Resale shop grand opening June 18

Thanks to the commitment of a generous community of donors and supporters, Challenge Mountain is excited to announce the Grand Opening of its new resale store location in Boyne City.

The new location of the Challenge Mountain Resale Store, 1100 Boyne Avenue, Boyne City, will be open for business on Saturday June 18 and you are invited to join in the celebration.

The ribbon cutting will be at 10 a.m., and through 1 p.m. attendees will enjoy giveaways, food and fun while shoppers receive a 20% – 50% mystery discount off their purchase and Challenge Mountain tote bags available while supplies last.

Proceeds from Resale Store sales help Challenge Mountain enrich lives and empower individuals living with disabilities through year-round adaptive recreation so mark your calendars to experience great shopping, great savings for a great cause.

Over the last six months, Challenge Mountain Board President, Bill Aten has led a crew of volunteers and contractors who have been working tirelessly to have the store ready for the summer months.

The open floor plan of the new facility offers a greatly improved shopping experience and the donation area is easily accessible for dropping off items.

Since 1984, Challenge Mountain has built relationships that last a lifetime and fostered communities where differences are diminished, blurred and often erased.

Today Challenge Mountain continues to enrich lives and empower individuals living with disabilities through year-round adaptive recreation.

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