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December 11, 2014

New Company Will Try to Make a Profit Off Art Alley

A new for-profit business will attempt to sell merchandise about Art Alley with the idea being that some of the profits from sales will be used to fund art programs in Rapid City.  According to the Rapid City Journal article, Factory Salon owner Dennis Halterman and his wife, Chelly, recently purchased the trademark "Art Alley Incorporated" and are planning on using some of the profits to fund art education for children in Rapid City.

For recent news articles on Art Alley, go to this archives link.

For more information on Art Alley, check out this Knowledge Network resource page.

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