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Main Street Minute: Investment Centers of America and Scheels

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Businesses with a long history in Bismarck are making a few changes; growing, expanding and renovating. Investment Centers of America is now Planning Team Financial Advisors in Bismarck. They also have a newly renovated space on the third floor of the main American Bank Center building to go along with the new name.

But they still offer the same financial planning services, helping individuals manage their money. Planning Team Financial Advisors has also been adding more employees, growing from 10 to 13 this summer.

A 40,000 square foot expansion at Scheels in Kirkwood Mall is now complete. The store now has a two-lane bowling alley and golf simulator, and offers more merchandise and a larger restaurant.

Tomorrow night, Jim Christianson gives us a more in-depth look at the newly expanded Scheels on Inside Business.

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