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Big Sandy is designed to be four stores in one, Vanhoose said. The store will sell furniture, mattresses, appliances and HDTVs.
It will employ 20 to 25 full-time employees and open in the fourth quarter of this year, Vanhoose said.
“We have built out our presence in the Columbus Market, and Dayton is a natural extension. Our business plan is similar to the former Roberds chain — who had a lot of success in Dayton,” he said.
The company is headquartered in Franklin Furnace, Ohio, bordering the Ohio River in South Central portion of the state.
The company has 18 other stores in Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia.
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