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Steamboat-based Big Agnes looks abroad

BAP, Big Agnes and Honey Stinger owners, from left, Rich Hager, Bill Gamber, and Len Zanni (right) meet during the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2010 trade show in Salt Lake City. Big Agnes announced Nov. 28 it plans to open a new distribution Center in Salt Lake City in addition to its new headquarters in Steamboat Springs.
file photo Matt Stensland

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