Crazy Cazboy’s, which opened a location in Guntersville last year, is expanding into Texas, according to an article in al.com last week.
It's one of 2 new Cazboy's coming in 2021.
Founder John Cassimus announced stores are coming to Auburn and Arlington, Texas, in the first two months of 2021, al.com reported
"Crazy Cazboy’s has multiple bins of random overstocked and returned merchandise, all new," al.com said. "When the store opens on Friday, all items are priced $7. On Saturday, prices decrease to $5, then $3 on Sunday, $2 on Monday, $1 on Tuesday and a quarter on Wednesday. On Thursdays, the stores close to restock. All sales are final, and customers participate through memberships.
"There are locations in Birmingham, Homewood, Guntersville, Pensacola, Columbia, S.C. Earlier this year, the Montgomery Highway location opened, a 35,000-square-foot Mega Store featuring 120 bins of overstock and returned merchandise," al.com said.
Cassimus previously had Zoë's Kitchen and also owns Last Word Liquidators and Mike’s Merchandise in Pelham.
Cassimus said in-store and online activity at the five existing locations brings in about $900,000 a week. He expects that to grow by another $250,000 a week once the next two stores open.
The expansion into Texas, he said, follows the same footprint he pursued with Zoe’s.