Homegoods store Anna'a Linens to open in Augusta next week

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Home textile retailer An­na’s Linens will lift the veil on its new Augusta store Aug. 15.

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The home goods and décor company based in Costa Mesa, Calif., is opening at 3412 Wrightsboro Road, within Augusta Square shopping center.

Anna’s Linens sells bedding, bath and kitchen accessories, window coverings, home textiles, and furnishings.

The family-owned and -operated company has nearly 320 stores across the country and in Puerto Rico. The closest store to Augusta is in Columbia.

“As we continue our national expansion, we have identified a tremendous opportunity to provide a unique shopping experience that is missing within this wonderful community,” said Alan Gladstone, Anna’s Linens’ founder and CEO.

At nearly 12,000 square feet, the Augusta site is one of the chain’s largest stores and replaces a storefront formerly occupied by Rugged Wearhouse.

About 15 employees have been hired for the store.

Anna’s Linens was founded in 1987.

The company plans to open 11 stores in the U.S. this year.

The store will join Ross, TJ Maxx, a Dots fashion store and other retailers in Augusta Square.

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corgimom 08/07/13 - 08:43 pm
Now, I know that Countyman

Now, I know that Countyman will be enraptured by this, but it's a discount home decor store. I buy the curtains for my front living room window from them, because the dogs always paw at the curtains and rip them. I just got new ones, $4.99 per panel, and as you ladies know, that's as cheap and cruddy as it gets.

It's not quality stuff, and if you see something, you'd better buy it, because they might not have it again.

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