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Sissy’s Log Cabin Breaks Ground for New Conway Location

It is scheduled to be completed September of 2019.

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Sissy’s Log Cabin Breaks Ground for New Conway Location
William Jones, Vice President of Operations; Jennifer Turney, Merchandise Manager; Mark Sanders, Senior Vice President Buyer; Bill Jones, CEO (holding grandson Murphy Jones); Sharri Jones, Executive Secretary; Michael Bohner, Vice President; Kim Rieve, CFO; Sissy Jones, Founder; Wyatt Jones, Sales Professional; Lamar McCubbin, President

(PRESS RELEASE) LITTLE ROCK, AR – Sissy’s Log Cabin broke ground for the organization’s new Faulkner County location. The new store will be located at 820 Elsinger Blvd. in Conway.

Sissy’s is partnering with Baldwin & Shell Construction, to build the new store, which was designed by Reed Architectural Firm Architects. The new facility is scheduled to be completed September of 2019.

“With Sissy’s rapid growth over the last few years, we felt the timing was right to bring our family-owned business to Conway,” said Bill Jones, CEO of Sissy’s Log Cabin. “We’re excited to continue the expansion of our renowned service, selection and experience across Arkansas.”

The new building will be the second stand-alone storefront for the brand and continue the tradition of a log-cabin-style exterior. The new facility will include state-of-the-art jewelry displays and additional offices for Sissy’s growing staff. Sissy’s currently has three other locations throughout Arkansas, with one location in Memphis, TN.

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