A Shop Named Sixty holds its ribbon-cutting

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Local dignitaries joined A Shop Named Sixty for its ribbon cutting at The Shops at Woodlake on Tuesday, October 8.A Shop Named Sixty is a celebration of the game, featuring activewear apparel, gifts, and accessories.

The Humane Society was also onsite with animals in need of a good home with all adoption costs and donations going toward construction of the organization’s new shelter.

The dog-friendly shop boasts a charming story and is named in honor of Pete Dye’s dog, a constant companion with the legendary golf course architect who designed world-renowned Whistling Straits and Blackwolf Run at Destination Kohler. Dye purchased his first dog for $20, a leash for another $20 and finally, a collar for $20 totaling $60. Dye named all of his dogs Sixty thereafter.

 

 

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