Eh? column: Duluth bank seeking new home for old safe
As always happens when you move, some stuff just doesn't make the cut. Maybe it doesn't fit in with the feng shui, or you just don't care enough about it to haul it to the new pad.
Beacon Bank is in the process of leap-frogging Starbucks in its move on Superior Street, and the bank doesn't want to lug its old safe around. Instead, they want to give it away. And it looks like a steal, too.
Disclaimer: Eh? does not recommend walking into the bank and saying anything along the lines of "steal" and "safe," though, just in case.
But Ryan Miles, assistant vice president at Beacon Bank, said he would like to give the safe to a nonprofit, or a church that handles valuables in volume. Barring that, the safe is really up for grabs, the caveat being, it's gotta be out by March 21 or it's going to be scrapped.
The safe is valued in the thousands of dollars and features a solid steel exterior with a spinner lock and multiple compartments with multiple key locks.
Those interested can call Miles at (218) 788-9944, email email@example.com or stop into the old location at 401 W. Superior St.