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Baird’s closes store, stretch studio to open in its place

Long-time Boise stalwart Baird’s Dry Cleaners closed its store on Broadway Ave. near Warm Springs Ave. this spring.

The company added a sixth location in the revamped Broadway 111 for drop off and pick up in 2016. It still operates five other area locations.

In its place, a franchise stretching business will open soon. Stretch Lab opened its first area location in Eagle in 2018.

The business offers one-on-one stretching and group stretching classes. Customers can drop in for 25 or 50-minute stretching sessions to work on major muscle groups.

No opening date for Stretch Lab Boise announced. It sits next to Cafe Zupa’s and Tin Roof Tacos on Broadway.

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