Central Co-op CEO Dan Arnett watches employee Shelby Alexander moves merchandise out to a moving truck at the closed Central Co-op in Tacoma July 18. The co-op says it remains committed to finding a new location for its Tacoma customers.
Central Co-op CEO Dan Arnett watches employee Shelby Alexander moves merchandise out to a moving truck at the closed Central Co-op in Tacoma July 18. The co-op says it remains committed to finding a new location for its Tacoma customers. Lui Kit Wong Staff file, 2016
Central Co-op CEO Dan Arnett watches employee Shelby Alexander moves merchandise out to a moving truck at the closed Central Co-op in Tacoma July 18. The co-op says it remains committed to finding a new location for its Tacoma customers. Lui Kit Wong Staff file, 2016

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