Wholesale Distributor in Rockingham in August

The Jackpot pallets will be in the old Big Lots building off East Broad Avenue.

Matthieu Sasser | Daily newspaper

ROCKINGHAM – Jackpot Pallets, a wholesale distribution company, will arrive in Rockingham in mid-August in the space formerly occupied by Big Lots next to the Food Lion on East Broad Avenue.

“We are looking forward to it,” said owner Sanad Nassar. “I think this place will catch fire and give the city a little more energy.

Jackpot Pallets buys items in bulk under contracts with large companies such as Walmart, Target, Home Depot, and Lowe’s Home Improvement.

Their Facebook page lists items as diverse as outdoor tools, electronics, toys, furniture, and clothing.

Nassar said any big-box liquidation store is likely to sell its products by the pallet at Jackpot. He said they buy 300 to 400 pallets per week.

Their original location is in Berea, Ohio. Nassar said opening a store in Rockingham was ideal because it was affordable.

Jackpot Pallets is also looking to open locations in Chicago and South Detroit. They also considered moving to the west coast.

Nassar said their prices will be cheap and fair for customers, and he looks forward to the grand opening.

“We hope this helps the city and the customers,” Nassar said. “Our ultimate goal is to pass savings on to our customers. “

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Contact Matthew Sasser at 910-817-2671 or [email protected]

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