Just in time for Christmas, the Boyles Furniture and Rugs retail store in Mocksville at the intersection of Interstate 40 and Farmington Road is re-opening!
The high visibility location in Mocksville is the first step in a national retail strategy being pursued by the owners of the Boyle Furniture brand, brothers Alex and Chad Hendrix, and a small group of investors. Alex and Chad are sons of longtime Boyles owner and Davie County resident Larry Hendrix.
Location, Location, Location ~ 80,000 potential customers a day
The 45,000 square foot showroom in Mocksville has high visibility to 80,000 people who drive by the interchange every day. Long-time Davie County residents will remember that the location just off Interstate 40 at exit 174, had served for more than 50 years as one of the state’s more popular retail furniture stores.
The Mocksville store is open for business now and the company is planning a grand opening in February.
Great Timing ~ Boyles Furniture Piece Wins Design Award
In an example of great timing, the daily design blog, FurnitureFashion.com named Boyles Furniture piece, the Padmas Plantation Reclaimed Wood Table as one of the “Top 30 Fall and Winter Home Accents for 2012-2013.”
Join us in wishing the Hendrix brothers the best of success as they bring the Boyles Furniture and Rugs brand back to life right here in Davie County.
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