The question

The building on Main Street where Everyday Rummage was, looks like it has been cleared out, but other items have been moved inside. What’s going on in that building?


The question
The building on Main Street where Everyday Rummage was, looks like it has been cleared out, but other items have been moved inside. What’s going on in that building?

The answer
Recently Mike Ramirez, who has lived in Sleepy Eye since 2005, began renting the building from Mike Mason, who owns it. Everyday Rummage has closed, and the items that have not already been picked up by their consigners or taken by those in charge of the business, are currently being held in the basement below the building. Mason asks that anyone who still has items they have not picked up, for which they have a number, to contact him so he can help them find their items.
Mason was not the owner or manager of Everyday Rummage, but as the building’s owner, he will try to help Everyday Rummage’s consigners however he can before the new business opens August 1.
The new business, Big Mike’s Little Store, will be run by Ramirez. The business will be a department store, with products ranging from clothing to furniture and ebook readers.
Ramirez does not own the building, nor does he have access or ownership to the consigned items from Everyday Rummage.
For more information on the upcoming business, be sure to pick up a copy of next week’s Herald-Dispatch for photos and a story about the store’s opening.