Seafood Store Celebrates 10 Years of Business

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BLOOMSBURG -- A seafood store in Columbia County celebrated it's re-grand opening on Saturday.

'Wild for Salmon' on Route 11 is marking ten years in business this year and wanted the community to know they're now open for business as a seafood store.

The owners doubled their store front to showcase more of its stock of wild Alaskan seafood.

The fish is brought in directly from Alaska, some of it caught by the owners themselves.

"We actually go to Alaska for 2 months out of the year and catch all the sockeye salmon we sell. We've been able to source the rest of the white fish and crab from other guys we fish with. We're able to get right to the source. If we don't catch it, we know the guy who does," said owner Steve Kurian.

There were prize giveaways and free samples for customers as part of the celebration.

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  • Linda Paulette Romig

    I am so thrilled to see these young people succeeding in this business. They are both hard working, honest and industrious people and it is just wonderful to see them rewarded for all their determination.Three cheers and I hope to see you make it another ten years as well!

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