ST. PAUL, Minn. — Leading firearms retailer Gander Mountain will open the state’s first dedicated Gander Mtn. Firearms Super Center in Rogers, Minn., by the end of April. It will be the retailer’s 12th store in the state.
Remodeling and construction activity is underway on an existing 30,000-sq.-ft. facility in Rogers. The Gander Mtn. Firearms Super Center is a new concept, which will provide a specialty retail outlet focused specifically on fulfilling the needs of firearms enthusiasts, featuring thousands of new and used firearms of all kinds, as well as a selection of firearms accessories, specialty apparel, ammunition and security.
Gander Mtn. Firearms Super Center will buy and sell a huge selection of used firearms and is staffed by firearms specialists on duty to give shoppers more one-on-one service, even as gun control remains a hot-button issue that continues polarizing the nation and dominating headlines.
Gander Mountain recently launched a campaign to stress firearms responsibility via a call to action: “With Rights Comes Responsibility; Secure Your Firearms.” Gander Mountain is encouraging firearms owners to take a responsibility pledge on their website and to use hashtag #responsibilitypledge in social media to raise awareness and encourage accountability on the subject of firearms ownership.
“Gander Mountain is already recognized as the firearms experts, but with our latest Gander Mtn. Firearms Super Center we are taking the experience of shopping for firearms and accessories to an entirely new level of selection and service,” said David Pratt, CEO of Gander Mountain, “We are excited to bring this new retail experience and opportunity to the people of Minnesota and we’re confident that our unmatched selection and the expertise of our specialists will make this a premiere destination for those with an interest in firearms.”
“The City of Rogers is truly excited to have such a high-quality, Minnesota-based retailer like Gander Mountain coming to our community,” said Rogers mayor Jay Bunting. “Rogers is the 'Gateway to Minnesota's Northland' for much of the Twin Cities and we are pleased that Ga