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Main Street Minute: Blink Eyewear Boutique and Personal Defense Center

After a soft opening for several days, Blink Eyewear Boutique in Bismarck is now up and running.

The store offers mid- to high-end prescription glasses and sunglasses, and focuses on helping customers pick the best frame for their face. Kelley Dockter has been in the eyewear business for more than 15 years and is excited to have her own business.

Blink Eyewear is at 234 West Broadway Avenue in Bismarck.

The Personal Defense Center is now open at Jay's Pawn Shop on Airport Road. The center has a professional quality indoor pistol range. Walk-ins are welcome and they also offer annual membership rates.

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