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Wrink's is a family-run store serving both locals and highway travelers since the 1940s. Glenn Wrinkle (affectionately called "Wrink") began operating the store in 1950, and died in 2005, after running the store for 55 years. The store then closed temporarily, but in 2007 was re-opened by Glenn's son Terry, who continues the family tradition.
Also worth knowing about Wrink's Market:
- A second story was originally planned for the building, which was to include rooms for rent;
- Radio personality Paul Harvey visited the store in the 1970s and touted Wrink's 99-cent bologna sandwich on his radio program;
- The Case Company honored Glenn Wrinkle posthumously with a limited-edition knife and presentation case.
See also our bio page on Glenn Wrinkle, longtime owner/operator of Wrink's Market.
|About Wrink's Market|
|Business Type:||Retail/General Store|
|Address:||135 Wrinkle Ave., Lebanon, MO 65536|
|Directions:||East side of town, just west of the Munger Moss Motel. See also our GPS-based Clickable G-Maps.|