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Russell Building Supply opens Auburn store

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Russell Building Supply opens Auburn store

Central Alabama’s Russell Building Supply has officially opened its newest location in Auburn. The new store offers more than 20,000 square feet of home improvement items along with other services, such as key duplicating, The Color Bar paint center, and more.

With our transition to a full-service Home Center, we are excited to offer a completely new lineup of products including hardware, tools, plumbing, electrical, paint, as well as lawn and garden. Additionally, we are proud to offer a drive-through lumberyard for lumber and building materials for those looking for a convenient way to shopWhile maintaining focus on the professional contractors and remodelers, our new location also allows us to better serve the do-it-yourself customer, said Kirby Scales, general manager of Russell Do it Center and Russell Building Supply.

“Over the past twelve years, Russell Building Supply has proudly served the Lee County area’s professional contractors and homeowners for their building material needs,” said Tom Lamberth, chief executive officer of Russell Lands, Inc.

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Russell Building Supply’s new 20,000 square-feet store is now open in Auburn, Alabama.

“We are excited to offer a more efficient layout and easy access, so our customers can get in and out more quickly,” stated David Sturdivant, chief operating officer and chief financial officer of Russell Lands, Inc. “We have been very blessed to be part of the growth of Auburn, as well as the surrounding area, and we look forward to being part of the community even more in the years to come!” 

The free local delivery and a price match promise, the company says. 

The nine-store chain got its start when Russell Lands, Inc. purchased the first location in Alexander City, Alabama in 1984. Several acquisitions followed in neighboring communities over the years as well as some stores that were built from the ground up, according to the company’s website.