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  • Music Machine in Kennewick closes its doors

    After almost 40 years in business, the downtown Kennewick icon is closing its doors. Music Machine, a guitar-centered music shop on West Kennewick Avenue, had its official last day Saturday but will remain open this week as owner Rick van Heel sells out the remaining inventory and packs up the business. "I want to thank all the customers over the years, I appreciate it all and I'm going to miss you guys," said van Heel, who is moving to Chicago.

After almost 40 years in business, the downtown Kennewick icon is closing its doors. Music Machine, a guitar-centered music shop on West Kennewick Avenue, had its official last day Saturday but will remain open this week as owner Rick van Heel sells out the remaining inventory and packs up the business. "I want to thank all the customers over the years, I appreciate it all and I'm going to miss you guys," said van Heel, who is moving to Chicago. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
After almost 40 years in business, the downtown Kennewick icon is closing its doors. Music Machine, a guitar-centered music shop on West Kennewick Avenue, had its official last day Saturday but will remain open this week as owner Rick van Heel sells out the remaining inventory and packs up the business. "I want to thank all the customers over the years, I appreciate it all and I'm going to miss you guys," said van Heel, who is moving to Chicago. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Music Machine closes as owner swaps Mid-Columbia for Midwest

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