pOpshelf announced this week that its new store in Guntersville is now open. The store is located at 11611 U.S. Highway 431 Suite G in Guntersville. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week.

“We are thrilled provide pOpshelf offerings at the new location in Guntersville,” said Matt Frame, pOpshelf’s director of store operations. “Customers can 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 offers a vast majority of its items priced at $5 or less.

The company announced its expansion into the area in fall 2021, and the company currently plans to open a Huntsville location in spring 2022. The company also plans to evaluate additional areas for future locations.

Each pOpshelf store is expected to create up to 15 new jobs and employ team members passionate about helping customers enjoy their shopping experience. 

As part of pOpshelf’s commitment to serving communities, it is partnering with The Confetti Foundation to provide birthday parties to children who have to spend their birthday in a hospital, pediatric oncology clinic or hospice facility. The partnership aims to bring a little fun and joy to patients and their families during a difficult time.

pOpshelf introduced its differentiated retail store in the Nashville, Tennessee, market in fall 2020. The company also recently announced plans to open approximately 100 new stores in FY 2022 and to operate up to 1,000 stores by the end of FY 2025. A full list of pOpshelf locations is available online at www.popshelf.com/stores.

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