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Jack's Shoe's celebrates ninth year in business

Jack the shoe man says, "Come help us celebrate our ninth year at our new location on the corner of Third Street and DeMers Avenue in East Grand Forks."...

Jack the shoe man says, "Come help us celebrate our ninth year at our new location on the corner of Third Street and DeMers Avenue in East Grand Forks."

Over the years Jack Leedahl, owner of Jack's Shoes, has prided himself in giving quality service to the Grand Cities and its surrounding areas.

Our new and improved location has convenient front door parking to make shopping easy for all of our valued customers. Our knowledgeable sales staff, Kassandra Axt and Ellen Hammarback, have both been working for Jack for over seven years and will be happy to assist you with all of your footwear needs.

At Jack's Shoes we sell quality footwear in many unique brands and styles. We carry a variety of European comfort brands such as NAOT, Joseph Seibel, Rieker, Dansko, and Romika (plus many others).

We are usually able to accommodate any width being that we carry a variety of styles and sizes. Feet like people, come in different shapes and personalities. Let us introduce you to one today.

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Remember, if you don't know Jack's Shoes, you don't know Jack! Submitted by Jack's Shoes.

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