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After more than 60 years in business, the Greer Lodge closed it doors Monday.

The shutdown puts 40 employees out of work, according to the White Mountain Independent online.

The lodge, which also ran the 373 Grill and Red Setter Inn, opened in 1948. A fire in May 2011 destroyed the main lodge but 58 cabins were left intact. Arson was suspected.

By last October general manager Michael Weig said business was picking up.

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