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Skate Swap at the Sk8 Shop at Angus Glen
Submitted By Karie McDougall on Tuesday, February 27, 2018
The Sk8 Shop at Angus Glen is running a Skate Swap program for any player who has outgrown their skates or who has extra skates at home that are not being used.

If you have gently used skates that no longer fit or you think your player will outgrow their skates by next season, bring them to Joe and Rick at the Angus Glen Sk8 Shop and they will help find a new family for them.

Whether it be a swap, a trade-in or consignment, Joe and Rick will help you put your unused skates in the hands of someone who needs them.  Drop by the store at Angus Glen during business hours or give them a call to discuss!

Please contact Rick and Joe from Markham Sk8 Shop for more information.

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