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2nd Avenue Sports Changes Hands

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Emily Heiser, new owner at 2nd Avenue Sports

After operating 2nd Avenue Sports in downtown Ferndale for the past ten years, Sue Remaklus has handed over the reins to Emily Heiser.

It was announced today Heiser is the new owner of 2nd Avenue Sports. She has been the store manager for the past five years.

Remaklus said in the announcement,

The past 10 years have been a fun ride for me as a business owner. I’ve watched a lot of your children grow up and it has been wonderful to be a part of the Ferndale community. Thank you for all the support over the years. It will be fun to see how Emily grows the business. I’m sure she will do an awesome job for each and every one of you!

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It finally stopped raining! We look forward to seeing you! ☀️ ⁣

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Heiser said a change people would notice immediately was that she would be taking cleats and wrestling shoes on consignment. Later she will be holding a grand reopening on the store’s 11th anniversary in August. Heiser promised she would to follow Remaklus’ lead to continue the shop local campaign which enables them to give back to the community. Heiser said, “The more people put into the local business community the more our future generations are being supported.”

Remaklus told Discover Ferndale she will be taking a vacation while considering her next move.

 

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