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Ashley Furniture HomeStore Re-Opens

The Wichita Falls Ashley Furniture Homestore is now open and kicked off its grand opening with a ribbon cutting and festivities.  The store is now under new ownership. 

Owners Richard and Aggie Choi have been in the furniture retail business for over 20 years and are excited to now be serving the community of Wichita Falls.  The new store has also opened up some job opportunities for some Texomans as well as representing a new beginning for the furniture store.  

A few months ago the Ashley furniture Homestore ran into some trouble and closed its doors. Newschannel six has been following the story since December, to read more on our web site click here or here.  

The Wichita Falls Ashley Furniture Homestore has employed a staff of 50 people to welcome you when you walk in.  Owners Mr. and Mrs. Choi also own stores in Amarillo, Lubbock, and Midland.  For more information about the store location and grand opening sales visit the company's web site.  

Natalie Garcia, Newschannel 6    

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