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PetSmart And Michaels Plan To Join Kalispell's Cabela's

KALISPELL -

Since makeup megastore Ulta said it was coming to Kalispell, three more big names are saying they will cozy up to the new Cabela's Outpost.

The Kalispell planning director, Thomas Jentz, says Michael's craft store and PetSmart are planning to begin building this coming March.

He also says Chick-Fil-A has plans to move in, but will likely hold off on construction until next year.

Jentz says he expects to fill up all the available slots flanking Cabela's off US 93 by November 2014.

"It's been quiet for several years so we're seeing the retail resurgence come back so next summer we'll have probably seven, eight, or nine commercial structures under construction at the one time," said Jentz.

Jentz lumps in the 28,000 square foot addition to Sportsman Ski Haus and the new Fred's Appliances in south Kalispell as signs of recovery.

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