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Cambria to set up showroom in WCCO Radio headquarters building

Cambria Holdings will be setting up some sort of showroom for its products in the WCCO Radio headquarters building in downtown Minneapolis, the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reported Friday. The company will occupy the first floor of the building, which has been vacant since Nick's Sports World moved out of the location in 2008.
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Cambria Holdings will be setting up some sort of showroom for its products in the WCCO Radio headquarters building in downtown Minneapolis, the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reported Friday. The company will occupy the first floor of the building, which has been vacant since Nick's Sports World moved out of the location in 2008.

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