Taylor’s Keeps Growing in Virginia

Family-owned Taylor’s Do it Center celebrated the grand opening of its newest location in Gloucester Point, Va.—its 12th location in Hampton Roads.

The celebration began with comments from Taylor’s president and CEO Joe Taylor and community leaders. Immediately after, Retail Alliance presented their Lifetime Achievement Award to the Taylor family and conducted a ribbon cutting ceremony, followed by a traditional board cutting.

The celebration included a live remote broadcast with a local radio station; demos from Big Green Egg, Traeger, and STIHL; representatives from Weber, Milwaukee Tools, Scotts Lawn Care and Titan RX; and deals and giveaways throughout the day.

The new location will be managed by Cheryl Case, who has been with Taylor’s for more than five years and previously served as assistant manager in Poquoson, Va.

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