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Storehouse Salvage grand opening planned for June 28
Storehouse Salvage

Storehouse Salvage has expanded their operations in Pembroke to a new facility located at 790 West Bacon St.  Storehouse Salvage acquired the former Alco building from the Development Authority of Bryan County in 2018, according to a press release from the DABC.

 “We were really excited about the opportunity to work with Storehouse Salvage,” said DABC Chairman Noah Covington. “Working with a local company to help them expand was very rewarding, and we also want to thank Mr. DJ Desai, who donated the former Alco building to the Development Authority, for the part he played in helping this expansion happen here in Pembroke.”

 Over the past four years, Storehouse Salvage has expanded rapidly, creating a need for a larger retail location.  The company’s other existing facility at 134 East Industrial Blvd is being utilized as a distribution center for materials.

 “When I purchased the Alco building property, I knew that one day it would have a good and productive use,” said DJ Desai.  “Thank you to the city of Pembroke and Storehouse Salvage for making this vision a reality for the betterment of the community.  I am heartily delighted to have been a part of this endeavor bringing valuable jobs to members of the community and the city of Pembroke.”

 Storehouse Salvage is a discount and surplus building materials outlet that began in 2014 to fulfill a need for more affordable building materials.  The company brings in a wide variety of products from all over the world, including doors, flooring, molding, lumber, appliances, and much more. 

 “We are excited to expand our business investments in the city of Pembroke,” said Storehouse Salvage Owner Jordon McCoy.  “We believe that Pembroke is a prime location to invest and grow a business.  We currently serve a vast customer base from Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Alabama.  We have become a destination for customers who are looking for quality materials at cost-effective pricing.  We look forward to expanding the job market in Pembroke and providing a first-class shopping experience for our customers.”

 The company is currently seeking to fill two remaining open positions from the ten which were created with the expansion.  Interested applicants for the remaining positions can apply in person at 790 West Bacon St.  A soft opening has occurred at the new location, and a Storehouse Salvage Grand Opening will be held at 3 p.m. on Friday, June 28 with specials going on all day Friday and Saturday.  


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