Antique Mall owner expands to Cashmere

November 2006
Wenatchee Business Journal;Nov2006, Vol. 20 Issue 11, pA3
The article reports on the creation of an antique highway from Cashmere to Wenatchee in Washington. Wayne Wilcox, the owner of the Antique Mall of Wenatchee opens its mall in Cashmere in the former Apple Annieís space. Wilcox grabbed the opportunity to bring the antiques and dealers back to the building when he learned that Bob and Linda Wright were no longer using the space. He further said that it a good chance to promote his Wenatchee store and other antique shops.


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