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Williams & Sherrill Going Out Of Business Sale This Friday, Oct. 18 

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After 28 years, the popular Williams & Sherrill Interiors at 2003 Huguenot Road in Bon Air is closing and everything most go at 30% off.

The big liquidation sale, which features everything from furniture and lighting to art and Christmas decor, starts this Friday, Oct. 18 and hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Here's info from the press release:

After 28 years in business, Williams & Sherrill Interiors is now forced to close, unable to reach an agreement with their bank creditor. Appraise Sell LLC (dba eBIDLOCAL.com) and Motley’s Asset Disposition Group are jointly handling the Liquidation Sale. Store Owner – Patrick Williams – says: “It is a sad day. We have enjoyed the relationships developed over nearly 3 decades with our customers and the Richmond community as a whole. I have been fortunate to work with some wonderful, talented people here at Williams & Sherrill. Unfortunately, the tides of brick and mortar retailing have significantly changed, and left us behind in its wake.”

Located in the Huguenot Village shopping center at the intersection of Huguenot Rd and Robious Rd in Chesterfield County since 1991, Williams & Sherrill’s $1,000,000+ home furnishings inventory includes furniture, art, lighting, rugs, bedding and other decorative accessories. Effective immediately, Williams & Sherrill is liquidating the entire inventory to all its loyal customers at huge discounts on a First Come, First Serve basis!

30% OFF LIQUIDATION STARTS FRIDAY 10/18: Effective immediately, the entire retail inventory is included: Furniture, Art, Lighting, Rugs, Decorative Accessories, Christmas Décor, Bedding, and more. Name-brand designer furnishings, in the latest decorating styles, is all available now at 30% OFF. Further discounts will come in the following weeks as the liquidation continues.

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