Funky Junk hosts ribbon cutting ceremony

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Funky Junk is welcomed to Superior by the Superior Chamber of Commerce and an official ribbon cutting.

The Superior Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Funky Junk, a new retail store on US Highway 60 in Superior. Funky Junk has an assortment of items for sale from new and used merchandise. The store has furniture, clothing, collectibles, cowboy decor, household goods, and musical instruments. You never know what you will find in this new unique store.

“I would like to thank Pete Casillas, from the chamber of commerce, Leslie Martin from the Copper Gecko and everyone from Superior for all the love and support we have received in the short time we have been here,” said owner Chris Franks. “We are looking forward to a bright future serving the local community and surrounding areas.”

Funky Junk is open Tuesday through Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. They are located at 785 US Highway 60.

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