Paramus, N.J. — Electronics Expo, the 1-year-old New Jersey A/V specialty chain, will open its fourth store this quarter and will add a fifth location during the first quarter of 2005.
The company, launched last year by former Sixth Ave. Electronics president Leon Temiz, will open its next store along the heavily trafficked Route 17 retail corridor in Paramus, N.J. The 18,200-square-foot facility will feature Electronic Expo’s signature store-within-a-store concept, which showcases vendors’ products within their own listening-viewing room vignettes.
The fifth store will be located within the new Crosspointe Center shopping mall in Woodbridge, N.J.
“We continue to create the ultimate one-stop shopping solution that satisfies our customers’ electronics and furniture needs,” said VP Rich Yanitelli. “These new stores will, as with our previous three locations, offer a higher level of customer care and detail that you will not find in traditional consumer electronics outlets.”
Electronics Expo is a member of the Progressive Retailers Organization (PRO Group).
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