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There’s no better way to start the year off RIGHT, than visit a RadioShack near you. When it comes to mobile devices, DIY parts & more, we’ve got you covered!

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    "The first telegraph message was received in Baltimore by Alfred Vail in 1844. It was 22 characters long. Take that Twitter!"
    RadioShackRadioShack · January 13, 2012
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    "Washington D.C. is the site of the first trials of modern cell phone towers – people here have a lot to talk about!"
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    "Make sure your cell is charged when you visit the International Women’s Air & Space Museum. They have an awesome audio tour that you can listen to on your phone!"
    RadioShackRadioShack · January 13, 2012
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    · Cleveland, United States
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    "This is the closest RadioShack to MIT, which makes everyone who comes here a genius by proximity."
    RadioShackRadioShack · January 13, 2012
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    · Cambridge, United States
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    "Yellowstone in winter is mighty cold, but the scenery is just So Right. Drop by The Shack in Jackson, Wyoming to grab a new camera to capture the magic."
    RadioShackRadioShack · January 13, 2012
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    · Yellowstone National Park, United States
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    "Snap some pictures of the row of Cadillacs buried nose-down in a field off of I-40 just outside of Amarillo, TX."
    RadioShackRadioShack · January 13, 2012
    Public Art
    · Amarillo, United States
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