Unless it finds a buyer, a south Anchorage small business will close its doors this month.

Kid-to-Kid, a children's resale shop on Dimond Boulevard has been in Anchorage for 25 years. But if no one buys it, the store's last day will be on Saturday, May 19.

 
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That means anyone with store credit should use it before then.

The owners say they are retiring and don't want to close. They would rather sell the business so it can stay open.

The Mac store, also in the same building, is not closing, however, it's moving back to its original location at Tudor and Old Seward Highway.

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