Campbell Station Wine & Spirits celebrates expansionCampbell Station Wine & Spirits welcomed Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce members as it celebrated the completion of the store’s remodel and expansion with a ribbon-cutting event.
Chamber members and customers gathered Thursday, Nov. 12, in the store at 707 N. Camp-bell Station Road, Farragut, to see first-hand the store’s new features.
“I’m really pleased with everything,” Jared Jordan, Campbell Station Wine & Spirits owner, said about the expansion. “It turned out nice.”
“It looks nice,” Campbell Station Wine & Spirits customer Larry Stickler said. “”It’s a better wine store. They have a lot more selections.”
“I have purchased from here before,” Kathy Eaton of Eaton Tax and Business said. “I like [the expansion]. The last time I was here, it was pretty crowded. I like the huge assortment [of merchandise]. It’s better than before.” read more
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