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Southwest Minneapolis Merchant Leaving 9/11 Tribute Behind

Bob Bayers has produced the tribute concert since it started in 2002.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Southwest Minneapolis Patch is looking for stories of local people whose lives changed—or who changed their lives—as a result of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. If you or someone you know of were affected by this event, please email .

Here are other stories from Patches throughout Minnesota of people impacted by Sept. 11, 2001:  

Apple Valley:
Eagan: Eagan Resident Mike Ferber Hopes Memories of 9/11 Won’t Fade
Edina: Retired Army Vet Spurred to Re-Enlist Following 9/11 Attacks
Fridley: Demand Soared for Speakers on Islam after 9/11
Golden Valley:
Hopkins: and
Inver Grove Heights: VFW Commander: Sept. 11 Changed the Country
Lake Minnetonka: Remembering Wayzata Native Gordy Aamoth
Lakeville: Lakeville VFW Post Manager's Wife Working at Pentagon on Sept. 11
Minnetonka: 9/11 Memories From a Former New Yorker
Mendota Heights: Retired Mendota Heights Pilot Recalls ‘Paradigm Shift’
Northfield: Northfielder Will Never Forget His Birthday in Iraq
Oakdale: Terror and Joy Came Together for Oakdale Family
Plymouth:
Richfield: 9/11 Aftermath: Richfield Couple Waits for Possible Deployment
Rosemount:
Roseville:
Shakopee:
St. Louis Park: 9/11 Attacks Made Being Muslim ‘More Difficult’
St. Michael:
Stillwater:
Woodbury:

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