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JCPenney

8348 Tamarack Village
Woodbury, MN 55125 651-501-4676

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They had a good selection. - Nov 07, 2017

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Mabel's Draperies

9905 Albers Ave
Dundas, MN 55019 507-645-9470

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Menards

7800 Lakeland Ave N
Brooklyn Park, MN 55445 763-424-8575

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Extremely good pricing!! - Jun 22, 2017

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SelectBlinds.com


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Twin Cities Window Treatments

891 Mendakota Ct
St Paul, MN 55120 612-423-5213

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Viking Discount Blinds

13720 83rd Way N
Maple Grove, MN 55369 763-416-3800

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Window Creations

1578 Mike Ct
Shakopee, MN 55379 952-447-6756

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Windows By Marnee

250 Jersey Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55426 763-593-9892

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