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Sunday, February 23, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Northwest Map & Travel Book Center relocates to Spokane Valley

Northwest Map & Travel Book Center has moved from downtown Spokane and reopened in Spokane Valley.

Owners Linda and Steve Mitrovich moved the business from 525 W. Sprague to the new address, 10525 E. Sprague.

They made the move last weekend. Yes. The old and new addresses differ by just the digits "10" and was a pure accident, said Mitrovich.

He and his wife founded the company in 1986. They moved into the downtown shop at the corner of Howard and Sprague in 1992.

The move was based on convenience, said Mitrovich. He and his wife live just a few miles from the new office. "We decided we didn't want the longer travel. Plus we now don't have to worry about finding parking," he said.

They sell residential and county maps, topographic and raised relief maps, national forest, park and wilderness maps.

The Spokesman-Review business team follows economic development in Spokane and the Inland Northwest.