Museum’s new neighbors ready to do business
firstname.lastname@example.org February 10, 2012
It’s not just the exhibits that have these folks excited; it’s the potential to establish a business relationship with a new neighbor that will be good for all.
Jax Outdoor, located at 1200 N. College, is thinking about the potential of staging events at the museum.
The store, which specializes in camping, hiking and all sorts of other adventure gear, would relish an opportunity to help educate kids in the outdoor learning space that is part of the museum.
“Kids are the future of our business, so we want to get them excited about the outdoors,” Jax operations manager Mike Music said.
Also, Jax started out as a mercantile and military surplus store decades ago, and the company is still in possession of some historic items that could be used in museum exhibits, Music said.
Dazbog Coffee, situated directly across from the museum at 401 Mason Court, is also anticipating a mutually beneficial relationship.
Because of its
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