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abela’s to add first store in North Carolina

SIDNEY, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska-based sporting goods retailer Cabela’s Inc. says it’s planning to open new stores in Garner, N.C., as well as British Columbia and Wisconsin.
The Garner store in Wake County will be a new building with construction scheduled to start next summer and opening in the spring of 2015. The store will employ about 225 workers, the Sidney, Neb., company said Thursday
The project in Sun Prairie, Wisc., also is a new store to employ about 200 workers. Construction will start next year and opening is set for spring 2015.
Cabela’s is also planning a 50,000-square-foot store in an existing building in a shopping center in Nanaimo, British Columbia, to open in 2014. About 150 workers will be hired.
Cabela’s operates 48 stores across North America with plans to open an additional 19 over the next two years.

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