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Boardman Shops celebrates 20th anniversary

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Friday, September 28, 2012

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Anna McBride (left), Courtney Unger (center) and Hallie Wyerian sold raffle tickets and gave away gift bags during the Boardman Shops 20th anniversary celebration Sept. 22.

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Jessica Morgione (left) and Tracey DeProfio were excited to celebrate Boardman Shops 20th anniversary Sept. 22.

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Boardman Shops Marketing Director, Celeste Lisko (left), posed with Boardman Shops Owner, David Handle, as they celebrated the facility’s 20th anniversary Sept. 22.

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T Mobile representatives, Elizabeth Strait (left) and Erin McAndrew, were excited to interact with the community during Boardman Shops 20th anniversary celebration Sept. 22.

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Neighbors | Eartha Terrell.Kathy Souaeyrand (left) of Austintown and Mary Korandvich were happy to be amongst family, friends and neighbors as they celebrated Boardman Shops 20th anniversary Sept. 22.

By EARTHA TERRELL

eterrell@vindy.com

Community members from all over the Valley enjoyed themselves and gathered at Boardman Shops to celebrate the plaza’s 20th anniversary Sept. 22.

“This place was an underdeveloped field with only a WFMJ tower and my boss had a vision and now Boardman Shops is pretty much the center of Boardman shopping. It’s a destination place to shop that started with seven stores and now has 30. Without the support of Boardman and the local area, we wouldn’t be here. They show up for things and we’re very proud to be part of the community. We are very civic-minded and we enjoy helping the community,” said Marketing Director Celeste Lisko.

The event included music, games and even a chance to win prizes during a 50/50 raffle. Several vendors from stores in the shops were in attendance and were thrilled to interact with the community.

“I like working in the Boardman Shops because there is definitely a sense of community and this is home to me,” said T Mobile Representative Eric McAndrew.

Some participants said they visited Boardman Shops often and were happy it is part of the community.

“It gives good employment and it’s easy to go in and out. I prefer coming to the Boardman Shops than the mall and they have a lot of nice stores in there for women,” said Kathy Souaeyrand.


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