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"Save Zimmy's" Campaign Launched on Indiegogo

Updated: 07/14/2014 3:32 PM
Created: 07/14/2014 3:22 PM WDIO.com

When Zimmy's in Hibbing closed in March, many people were surprised and disappointed. But there is a glimmer of hope.

The owners of the iconic Dylan-themed eatery have launched a fundraising campaign called "Save Zimmy's," on the Indiegogo website.

Their goal is to bring in $200,000 by September 11th, to get the doors open again.

The website says the reason they closed was because of an unforseen tax issue. But Linda Stroback-Hocking had told Eyewitness News she hoped to reopen eventually.

If you would like to donate:

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/zimmy-s-preserving-bob-dylan-s-roots

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