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All Dahl'd Up Plans to Move

 

January 12, 2022

At the end of this week on January 15, after just over a year, All Dahl'd Up will be closing the doors at their current location and moving south. When the owner of the store, Kadie Wilderness Dahl made the announcement on January 4, she reassured her customers that she was not leaving town like a snow bird but preparing to relocate. In preparation for expansion into a new building in March, Dahl is offering 40% off all store merchandise this week.

In its new expanded space at 330 Indiana Street in Chinook, All Dahl'd Up will be more of a clothing and home than a boutique and make-up shop. "I'm expanding to include men's clothing, along with children's clothing and toys, so I need more room! We bought the MacKenzie Antiques building on main street in December after looking at it in late November and realizing its potential." Dahl reported.

The remodel in this larger location began last year, and Dahl anticipates a grand reopening sometime in March. "To make this all happen, we will be closing our current storefront on January 15 so we can focus on the renovations for our new location," stated Dahl.

Dahl expressed both pleasure and excitement about the transition by saying: "I'm looking forward to this exciting new adventure as we continue to serve this amazing community."

Dahl also looks forward to the larger store and her ability to add more variety for the Hi-Line. She will be increasing her floor space by more than five times that in her current location. While Dahl hopes the variety will increase sales, she did express the likelihood that she might downsize on some of the home goods inventory.

"It's quite a challenge to determine what might sell-whether in the home goods category or on the fashion front. Sometimes what I think will be popular doesn't pan out."

With the new location, All Dahl'd Up will be getting a new sign. Beneath the store's name, it will read: family boutique.

 
 

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