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Friday, April 04, 2014

Camping World in Coburg and Urban Waxx in Eugene have scheduled grand openings in Lane County.

Camping World describes itself as the nation’s largest recreational vehicle and outdoor retailer, the Good Sam Club as the world’s largest RV owners’ group.

In downtown Eugene, Urban Waxx has scheduled its grand opening for noon today. The salon is leasing 1,200 square feet on the ground floor of the Woolworth Building, 944 Willamette St. Urban Waxx is located between the Pyrenees Wine Lounge and The Barn Light.

Read more at the Register-Guard

 

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