“Contents” Opens In Old Rockman Clothing Location, Celebrates With Ribbon Cutting

Date posted - March 29, 2013

rockman clothingSheldon, Iowa — Another new Sheldon business celebrated with a ribbon cutting on Friday (3/29).

Blake and Sara Beahler bought Rockman Clothing a while back, and have now merged their Prairie Moon Books store into the former Rockman location at the corner of Ninth Street and Fourth Avenue in Downtown Sheldon.

Blake Beahler tells us about the new store.

Sheldon businesspeople, dignitaries, and the public met on Friday morning to welcome the new business. City Council Member Greg Geels welcomed the new business on behalf of the City of Sheldon.

Sheldon Chamber and Development Executive Director Mark Gaul spoke on behalf of the SCDC.

KIWA’s Tom Traughber spoke on behalf of the Sheldon Ambassadors, and presented the Beahlers with a plaque.

Beahler says they’re excited to open with the new name in the Rockman location.

He says they have something for everyone.

Again, the new store — “Contents” is located at Ninth Street and Fourth Avenue in Downtown Sheldon.

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