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Vann's Liquidates Missoula, Hamilton Stores

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A liquidation sale is underway at the Vann's store in Missoula as the new owners of the company prepare to close its doors, and move the headquarters to Bozeman.

Vann's CEO Greg Regelbrugge said they're moving because they couldn't reach a lease agreement on the stores in Missoula and Hamilton.

He said the Hamilton store is now liquidated, and they hope to have the Missoula store emptied out by the end of this month.

Last month, Regelbrugge told ABC FOX MONTANA they're trying to persuade current employees to make the move to Bozeman.

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