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First Look Inside Kalispell's Cabela's

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With only two more weeks until the grand opening, the new Cabela's Outpost in Kalispell is offering a sneak peak on October 24.

After about a year, the construction is finally finished and training the staff of more than seventy-five is underway.

The 42-thousand square foot store is located along Highway 93, near West Reserve Drive.

With another Outpost in Billings, this is the second Cabela's to open in Montana.

"Then we sent our CEO and senior management team out here and it took them one trip to know that Kalispell is the place we wanted to be," said Wes Remmer, a company spokesman.

The grand opening is at 11:00 a.m. on November 7.

Remmer says giveaways and other activities will accompany the ribbon cutting.

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