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September 14, 2004

Has Maine smelled a bit damp lately? This might answer you question

Furniture, clothing and other merchandise from Florida stores that were damaged by Hurricanes Charley and Frances are headed to Maine to be sold at bargain prices.

MardenĀ“s Surplus and Salvage, a Waterville-based liquidator with 14 stores in Maine, said it purchased the goods from insurance companies scrambling to deal with the devastation caused by the storms.

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Posted by Tom Troceen