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    Pepper’s Northeastern Regional Store has Moved to Exton!

    Exton, PA – After months of preparation, our employees, moving company, and construction workers have come together to pull off the ambitious undertaking of moving the entire corporate headquarters and northeastern regional store for the first time in 30 years!

    The move occurred over a span of four days, from Friday, October 25 to Monday, October 28th.

    Our new building is geared toward giving our customers the best experience possible.  The most exciting addition  is the customer lounge.  The lounge is ideal for hosting groups during in-service days or for taking a break after shopping for the right piece.  The lounge has its own kitchen with a sink, refrigerator, microwave, and oven, as well as plenty of counter space.  There is also a multimedia area for presentations and a piano.

    The new retail space sports the same reference center features that our customers have become accustomed to as well as a similar shelving system to the old store.  Computers are available for further research, and our knowledgeable staff is always on hand to assist you with any questions you have.

    The address of the new building is:

    191 Sheree Boulevard
    Exton, PA  19341

    Phone and fax numbers will remain the same.  The new building is located a short drive down Route 100 from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, where Route 100 intersects with Route 113, giving greater access to a larger number of customers.  We are excited to be in our new space and we hope you’ll come visit soon!




    Brendan Lyons
    Brendan started at Pepper in 2012 and currently works in the Marketing department as a copywriter. A graduate of Villanova University, Brendan has been a musician for over twenty years. He is also an author, using his talents at Pepper to bring the knowledge of our experienced staff to our customers.

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