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Just wondering if anyone has info on a place or person that rents ice castles or similar brands available for this upcoming weekend.  Any info would be great! 

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I’ve heard there is a rental outfit somewhere but that’s the extent of it.  Maybe try calling Milaca Unclaimed Freight and ask if they do or if they know who might.  They’re the biggest IC dealer in the area that I know of.

Otherwise I’d check some of the resorts on the lake.  Sorry but that’s all I can offer.

Good luck!

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