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Ribbon Cutting for Puzzle Palooza Etc.

Provided by Historic Manassas Inc.

Please join us in welcoming Puzzle Palooza Etc. to Historic Downtown Manassas! The ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held on Friday, Dec. 1, 2017 at 4:00 p. m. at 9411 Main St., Suite 101.

From Puzzle Palooza: “We are very excited to be opening our second location in Manassas at 9411 Main St. Suite 101, the Trusler Hall Building, next to Philly Tavern. Our goal is to be open at 10:00 a. m. Monday, Nov. 13. We will be spending the entire weekend moving in and setting up shop. We will be open seven days a week, starting at 10:00 a. m. till 7:00 p. m. Monday-Friday, with later hours in the evening on weekends.

“As with our initial space, we will be featuring Puzzles and Puzzle accessories, books, brain teasers and puzzle games from four pieces to 40,000 pieces ranging from ages toddler to elderly. We started our first location in Occoquan in 2013 and have watched it grow over the past five years into our own little empire.

“We are listed as # 1 in “Things to Do in Occoquan” on Trip Advisor and feel honored and proud of the support from customers and the community. Puzzle building is a common hobby/love for us since childhood and after visiting several out-of-state puzzle/hobby shops, we knew that it was what we wanted to do. We quickly learned that it reconstituted the ideal framework of “family fun” and supported longtime traditions.

“We considered branching out for the past six months to cover more territory to other cities that weren’t close to Occoquan. When we found the Manassas location, we knew it was the right thing to do. We are very excited to be starting this as we enter the holiday season and hope everyone that visits finds that perfect gift!”

Come out early on before the tree lighting to welcome this wonderful new shop to Historic Downtown Manassas at their official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony! We look forward to seeing you there!

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