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    Pepper announces a change of location for the Northeastern region

    Paoli, PA – Pepper is happy to announce we are moving our corporate offices and northeast regional store to 191 Sheree Boulevard in Exton, PA.

    The new building will be located a short drive down Route 100 from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, where Route100 intersects with Route 113.  The move is planned for late October 2013.As part of our continued efforts to provide the best service for our customers, the new building will feature new accommodations for those who come to visit, such as: meeting rooms for school districts, an expanded research area, and more space to review music choices.  What will not change is the knowledgeable staff and wide selection of music Pepper is known for.

    Pepper has been closely linked to the Philadelphia area since its founding in 1876.  The first store was located at 832 Filbert Street in Philadelphia.  Over the years, we have moved our operations several times, eventually coming to the Paoli location in 1984.  With this move, Pepper continues to position itself in locations advantageous to the greatest number of customers possible.

    J.W. Pepper®, the leading retailer of sheet music in the world, has been in business for over 130 years, with 11 store locations and 2 distribution centers across the country.


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