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Lumber Liquidators Opens New Store in Waldorf

With the opening of its newest store on 2252 Crain Highway, Lumber Liquidators has brought its low-cost, no-middleman flooring approach to Waldorf homeowners and construction professionals alike.

Lumber Liquidators company officials say they are the largest specialty retailer of hardwood flooring and offer over 340 flooring varieties, including laminate, solid hardwood, engineered hardwood, bamboo, cork, vinyl wood plank and the premier brand of Bellawood Prefinished Hardwood Floors, with a transferable 100-year warranty.

“Our goal is to make sure every Waldorf area customer gets a beautiful new floor that’s right for them, and at incredibly low prices,” says Tom Sullivan, Founder and Chairman of Lumber Liquidators. “We cut out the middleman and deal directly with the mills, and that allows us to pass the savings on to our customers. Plus all of our store associates are flooring experts ready to help.”

The 7,691-sq.ft. store at 2260 Crain Highway also offers virtually anything a flooring project requires, such as molding and trim, underlayments, grills and vents, adhesives, floor-care accessories, and a full line of flooring tools to help do-it-yourselfers and professionals save even more.

Additionally, Waldorf’s new Lumber Liquidators location has a variety of floors installed so customers can walk on different styles and species of wood. Shoppers can see how more than 340 different floors will look when they’re installed via an in-store iPad loaded with the company’s Floor Finder app. They can also take home free flooring samples and consult with Lumber Liquidators’ flooring experts at every turn to assist with their important flooring decisions.

Coming Soon to St. Charles Towne Center: Starbucks And Justice

St. Charles Towne Center will soon welcome two new additions to its retail mix. Mall management is pleased to announce the upcoming opening of Starbucks and Justice to the community shopping destination.

Starbucks is set to open a kiosk in the Center Court by early summer. The coffeehouse chain will serve hot and cold beverages, whole-bean coffee, microground instant coffee, full-leaf teas, pastries, snacks and more.

Opening its 3,856 square foot space in late spring, Justice will offer the latest in apparel and accessories for girls and preteens. As a leading fashion brand, Justice has celebrated a unique experience of fashion and fun in an everything-for-her destination at more than 900 stores across the country. Offering tops, bottoms, dresses, outerwear, PJ’s and more, the brand focuses on hot, ‘tween trends while remaining modest in design. Justice will be located off of the lower level Center Court, next to Bath & Body Works.

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