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Courtesy photo. A scene from inside #125 Wolfpack Treasures.

Courtesy photo. Jason and Marci Herter, owners of #125 Wolfpack Treasures.

By Lisa Carolin

There’s a treasure trove waiting to be discovered under Chelsea Lanes. It’s called #125 Wolfpack Treasures, the same name as Jason Herter’s booth upstairs in the Chelsea Antique Mall.

Herter’s resale shop is located in the bowling alley’s basement, which is a continuation of the Chelsea Antique Mall, where shoppers pay for the items.

“I have been buying storage locker space for the last six years and the basement is stocked with treasures for inside and outside your home,” said Herter. “It’s a work in progress and you have to go down the stairs, but it’s fun to dig around and then go upstairs for a burger and bowling.”

Herter says the resale shop has new items every week.

“It’s a lot of work but the best part about buying items is I use a lot of them myself,” he said.

#125 Wolfpack Treasures is open from 10:30 a.m.- 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Herter says he enjoys having his resale shop in Chelsea.

“I love Chelsea where I find great people and great food,” he said. “The owners of Chelsea Lanes are truly people you want to do business with and that says a lot these days.”

Courtesy photo. A scene from #125 Wolfpack Treasures.

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