End Of An Era For Sheplers

Dated: 11/20/2015

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I grew up with  Sheplers in my Neighborhood, and as a teen became an employee.  

The process to integrate Sheplers Western Wear into Boot Barn has begun.

A commercial building permit, valued at $275,000, has been pulled for renovation work at the Wichita Sheplers at 6501 W. Kellogg. An area in the northeast corner of the store has been sectioned off for remodeling. Customers and employees are temporarily having to contend with construction noise during the renovation.

It's not clear to what extent the store will be remodeled. Calls to the store manager and Boot Barn representatives have not been returned. Exterior signage hasn't been changed, but a temporary banner outside the store notes the pending changeover to Boot Barn.

This article was found in the Wichita Business Journal.

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