pOpshelf celebrates opening of new store in Loganville

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Stores under construction in Conyers and Cumming

 

LOGANVILLE, GA—pOpshelf, Dollar General’s newest retail store concept, is opening a new store at 4032 Atlanta Highway in Loganville.

pOpshelf touts itself “as a new retail store with the vast majority of items priced at $5 or less that offers customers an affordable and fun shopping experience.”

The Loganville location adds to the new brand’s recent expansion in the Atlanta market with the recently opened store in Austell, and stores in Cumming and Conyers currently under construction. The company currently has plans to open up to 50 locations in various markets by the end of fiscal year 2021.

Dollar General announced the opening of its first two popshelf stores in Nashville, TN on Oct 8, 2020.

The store offers on-trend seasonal and home décor, health and beauty products, home cleaning supplies, household and specialty items, arts and crafts, party planning and entertaining needs, toys and other products.

“We are thrilled to expand the pOpshelf offerings and look forward to having customers pop by our new Loganville store,” said Matt Frame, pOpshelf’s director of store operations.  “Customers can explore our stores and discover the possibilities of home décor, beauty, party, specialty foods, electronics and more. At pOpshelf, there’s fun in every find, happiness in the affordability and joy in stress-free shopping experience we offer, and we look forward to welcoming the community to our new store!”

pOpshelf is celebrating the grand opening of the Loganville location with a donation to The Confetti Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded to provide birthday parties to children who have to spend their birthday in a hospital, pediatric oncology clinic or hospice facility who seeks to provide positive memories and normalcy during a difficult time.

Each pOpshelf store is expected to create up to 15 new jobs. Candidates interested in joining the pOpshelf team may apply for positions online at https://careers.popshelf.com/.

Current pOpshelf locations are available online at www.pOpshelf.com.

 

One comment

  • S

    June 3, 2021 at 6:25 pm

    I guess they’re trying to lure shoppers into their version of 5 below.

    If Family Dollar/ Dollar General would have done this from the beginning, they would have a significant shopping base flocking to their stores. There was a Dollar General on Glenwood Rd that whatever reason.. permanently closed their business and I’m glad of it. I’m hoping for the same for Candler Rd/ Rainbow Dr and especially them. It’s just tacky to see one dollar store behind the other or 2 seconds from each other..suggesting that they are greedy for money .It also don’t help that the stores can junky,cheap and outdated,so much so that I came close to falling because of it.

    As I’ve once mentioned,I just don’t get some owners of restaurants/ retail ,do they really think that they will forever make lots of money but continuously using the same nonchalant tactics in luring in customers? especially if you’re in a lower income community. They just think that you just should accept scraps of the table just because of your income status. I don’t want food poisoning,dried up outdated goods and things that will be detrimental for my health.

    I’ve also read where Lidl will be opening their store on June 9 in Stonecrest and another will be opening in the Kirkwood area. I’m not far from both but I’ll keep my funds more in the South Dekalb community as the one on Covington Hwy is slightly closer It made me happy for them to be there. Occasionally ,I shopped in the ones in Snellville and a couple of times in Austell . The experience at both stores were great .

    It is also stores like Lidl and 5 Below ( compared to discount stores like Family Dollar/ Dollar General. )that people prefer in their communities. While I prefer to find ways of saving money,it doesn’t mean that I just want anything that’s out there. My folks have always taught me not to always accept the first thing people put in your face. That is my basic philosophy when it comes to wanting better for myself, family and community.

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