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    Pepper’s Winston-Salem branch moves to new location

    Winston-Salem, NC – Pepper announces a new store location for the Winston-Salem branch.

    The Winston-Salem branch will be closed Thursday September 19th and Friday September 20th 2013 to finalize the move. Doors will reopen on Monday September 23rd 2013 at the new location:

    3909 Westpoint Blvd., Ste. D
    Winston Salem, NC 27103

    Phone and fax numbers will remain the same:
    Phone: 336-794-1235
    Fax: 336-794-1238

    The new location positions the Winston-Salem branch in a more central shopping area, three miles from the Hanes Mall. Just a short drive off I-40, Westpoint Blvd. allows customers easier access to the services J.W. Pepper is known for. Stop in and visit us soon!

    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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