One of Bellevue’s oldest businesses moves back, to host grand opening

One of Bellevue’s oldest businesses, Olson’s Tack Shop, owned by Snoqualmie residents Mike Akers and Jason Weatherholtz, moved back to its original downtown Bellevue location this month to better serve the store’s customers.

Olson’s was founded in 1945 to serve Seattle area equestrians and has continued to build on that tradition for the past 72 years. The shop is hosting a grand opening event and sale Oct. 13 to 15, with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, Oct. 13.

Olson’s is located at 11408 NE 2nd Place in Bellevue. For information, visit http://shop.olsonstack.com or call 425-454-9453.

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