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  • The Dump Furniture Store Opens in Lombard; Joint Venture to Develop Evergreen Promenade Shopping Center

    One of the largest furniture outlets in the country, The Dump, has recently officially opened its new location in Lombard, Illinois. Featuring a staggering 134,000 square feet, The Dump is now the largest high-end furniture outlet in the Chicago marketplace. The opening of the Lombard outlet confirms the company’s continuous expansion as it becomes the 11th location for The Dump Furniture Store, a division of Virginia Beach-based Haynes Furniture.

    Chicago 09 September 2013 04:19

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