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Anderson Fabrics Outlet and Quilt Shop is Chamber business of the momth

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Bemidji, 56619

Bemidji Minnesota P.O. Box 455 56619

It's your choice... Choose Blackduck. In an increasingly standardized world, it is important to support what is unique and special about our community. We feel strongly that the support, retention and expansion of our local businesses will only enhance our overall economic future. By shopping locally, you are investing in Blackduck and helping to foster a climate that is more likely to attract entrepreneurs and new investment.

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ANDERSON FABRICS OUTLET and QUILT SHOP

Years in Business: 20 years

Owners: All employees are owners of Anderson Fabrics, Inc. as Anderson Fabrics is an ESOP Company.

Employees: six employees, full-time and part-time; they all live in the Blackduck area.

Contact information: Located in Blackduck on Summit Ave. 835-6377 or toll free 1-800-638-8921, email: sales1@andersonfabrics.om

Affiliations: Chamber of Commerce, Development Corp., The 3/50 Project, Woodcarvers Festival, Backwoods Bash, Beltrami County Relay for Life and many other events.

Brief description of what we offer: The store offers custom decorating products, either residential or commercial, made to your specifications or you can choose from a wide variety of in-store fabrics. The customer, can order custom made bedspreads, headboards, draperies, shades or have your homemade quilt quilted in the workroom. The Quilt Shop part of the store was added 10 years later.

Anderson's now offers a full line of quilting fabrics, patterns, sewing notions, books, classes and much more.

Benefits of Shopping Local vs. Shopping Out of Town: The Quilt Shop offers over 2000 bolts of fabric, patterns, kits and classes. We offer custom quilting for all your quilt tops. And, custom orders for your home decorating can be placed from the shop with decorator and designer expertise.

The 3/50 Project: For every $100 spent in independently owned stores, $68 returns to the community through taxes, payroll, and other expenditures. If you spend that in a national chain, only $43 stays here. Spend it online and nothing comes home.

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