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By By Steve McLinden, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
HAUNTED HOUSE TAKES SPACE IN FESTIVAL MALL: Fright Gallery, a haunted house, has taken over the former Ironworks Superstore space at Festival Discount Mall in a temporary lease, mall general manager Bob Cesare said.
The 32,000-square-foot space, at 2950 E. Pioneer Parkway on the north side of the mall, will be one of the largest haunted houses in the area, Cesare said.
Ironworks closed in April after announcing that it would move to Dallas. No opening date for Fright Gallery has been set.
-- Steve McLinden
FASTENER COMPANY NYLOK OPENS SUPPLY FACILITY: Nylok Fastener Corp., a distributor of self-locking fasteners, adhesives and fastener products, has opened a 20,000-square-foot North American supply facility at 3201 Dalworth St.
The facility, in east Arlington on the outskirts of the Great Southwest Industrial District, will help meet the growing demands …