Three anniversaries for Kootenai Photo Supplies

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Kootenai Photo Supplies is expanding again, celebrating three anniversaries this year and adding one more product to the mix.

Officially, Kootenai Photo Supplies has been in business in Creston for 30 years this year, Kootenai Audio Video Unlimited is 10 years old and Kootenai Spas Unlimited is five. This year also marks the introduction of Kootenai Appliances Unlimited with the grand opening this weekend (June 24 and 25) of the newly built appliance division.

Be sure to stop by the store to meet the LG representatives and view the locally designed and built custom Kitchen (KrisKraft, Legend Rock and Casemore Masonry will also be in-store Friday evening). There will be entertainment, food and fun, and visitors can enter to win an LG washer and dryer and an LG Smart TV.



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