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"The store manager (Tamara) was extremely knowledgeable and professional. She provided excellent customer service. I always receive great service from the team at this location!"
"The sales rep was absolutely the friendliest. It took no time. I'm glad to be an AT&T customer!"
"Our sales person Jeremiah was very helpful. I would recommend him to everyone, I give him a 10. My husband never had a smartphone and he took the time to help him."
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"Lexy Hall was professional and outstanding! In and out and will be back I'm sure."
Very knowledgeable staff. Eager to help and friendly."
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New Martinsville, WV
With over 90 stores, Apple Blossom Mall is a favorite shopping destination for local
shoppers and travelers alike. Apple Blossom serves as the retail shopping hub for the city of Winchester, Virginia, and the towns of Stephens City, Front Royal, Berryville, as well as communities of the rural Shenandoah Valley and the panhandle of West Virginia. Upgraded from a kiosk in 2014, our Apple Blossom Store has become an asset to the mall and the community.
Apple blossom mall - winchester, va
Nestled among the rolling, picturesque hills of Western Pennsylvania and along side the Beaver River, Beaver Falls is a small city with a big heart. It's location is second to none for proximity to one of the most livable big cities in America - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Once know for being one of the most active manufacturing centers of western PA , Beaver Falls is a friendly, welcoming community of people who have discovered how rewarding small town living can be.
Beaver Falls, Pa
Bridgeville Borough is nestled between bridges to the north and south, surrounded by Chartiers Creek, and just 8 miles southwest of downtown Pittsburgh. Bridgeville acquired its name because of the one bridge over Chartiers Creek that it was know for back in the early 1800's . For nearly 100 years people frequently met to trade goods at the bridge. An old saying, "Meet me at the bridge," provided an obvious name for the village that developed there.
Chambersburg is nestled in the beautiful Cumberland Valley, with its rich soils and
rolling hills. With the beautifully restored Victorian architecture, frontier and Civil
War history, Downtown Chambersburg and the surrounding area is an appealing
place to visit for a day or weekend. Whether you’re trying to decide which
restaurant to dine in, what stores to shop, or where you can indulge in chocolate
heaven, it’s all located in Downtown Chambersburg.
Welcome to a dynamic downtown where history is intertwined with a vibrant town center. This revitalized historic district is a destination town. Surrounded by historic landmarks, rolling hills, and sparkling rivers, lakes and streams, the Town of Culpeper naturally blends a rich history with a prosperous future. With Colonial and Victorian homes , galleries, and restaurants, it's easy to see why it's been called "One of the 10 Best Small Towns in America."
Tucked away in the Maryland mountains Cumberland is a metropolitan area city
with tree-lined streets and small town ambiance that will surprise you. Historically
Cumberland was known as the "Queen City," as it was once the second largest
city in the state and has commonly been referred to as "Where the south begins".
Today the city's downtown historic district is an attraction for locals and tourist alike.
This historic town was founded in 1755 and is located on the east shore of the Susquehanna River, just south of Harrisburg, PA. Middletown Borough is is one of the oldest communities in Dauphin County. This beautiful old town is diverse in historic architectural styles abound. Middletown has everything from log houses to Victorian mansions, and beyond. While this small town only has a population of about 8,900 it is only 10 miles away from two large city's, Harrisburg and Hersey.
Hagerstown also know as th "Hub City" is located in Washington County, Maryland.
Sitting at the crossroads of two major interstates, I-70 and I-81 it serves as a gateway
to Baltimore and the Washington, D.C. area as well as the "hub" of government,
commerce and recreation for the tri-state area.
Dual Highway - Hagerstown, md
Calling all shop-a-holics! There's so much shopping in Pittsburgh, you almost won't know where to start. Stay Downtown where it's compact and walkable and get your shop on. Fifth Avenue is home to unique specialty shops, campus buildings, and eateries. Our store is located at Nordenburg Hall on the University of Pittsburgh's campus, in the heart of the Cultural and Central Business Districts.
Fifth avenue - Pittsburgh, PA
Frederick Market Square is a "Main Street"-style shopping center located at the top
of N. Market street, East of Route 15, across from the new Wegmans, with easy
access to I-270 & I-70, and 1 mile from Historic Downtown Frederick, MD. Market
Square at Frederick is THE new place to SHOP in Frederick, MD.
frederick Market Square - Frederick, md
Indiana, Pennsylvania, is located in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains, just one hour east of Pittsburgh. It is home to an extensive Rails to Trails system, a variety of yearly festivals (31 to be precise!) and a community of Older Order Amish families. Along with being the birthplace and childhood home of Hollywood actor Jimmy Stewart, it is also known as the "Christmas Tree Capitol of the World." The Indiana University of Pennsylvania, attended by over 15,000 students, is also located within Indiana County.
Bordered on the North by the Potomac River and Allegany County Maryland,
Keyser, the county seat of local government, is on the path to Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C, and Charleston, the West Virginia state capital. It's predominantly rural, with some mountainous terrain, and it enjoys a relatively mild climate. Visitors and residents alike enjoy Keyser's many opportunities for recreational activities including fishing, golf, hunting, boating, and canoeing.
A relatively small city of 7 square miles and 60,000 residents, Lancaster City is
located within driving distance of Washington DC, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. But the City of Lancaster is about so much more than our geographic location. Lancaster City is a place where historic preservation and a cutting-edge arts scene live and thrive side by side; a city of neighborhoods that are safe and welcoming; a city that encourages entrepreneurship and investment.
Lavale is located in the shadow of Haystack Mountain in Allegeny County, Maryland. Just east of Cumberland and west of Frostburg, Lavale is a business center that contains the largest concentration of retail in the Cumberland Metro area. That's not all Cumberland has to offer though, with historical sites and beautiful rural landscapes including Haystack Mountain, the very scenic Narrows, Piney Mountian and Wills Mountain surrounding Lavale there is plenty to see in this quaint little town.
The spirit of Lewistown lies within our community members. Whether lifelong
residents or families just moving to town, our city is committed to the people who
live, work, and play in Lewistown. Lewistown is home to the Pennsylvania State
Fire School, which is the only such facility in the state. Firefighting in Lewistown
is very important, as volunteer firefighters have strong allegiance to the multiple
independent fire companies in the borough to which they devote their time.
Find all the treasures you’ve been looking for … and maybe some you weren’t
looking for ... in Martinsburg and Berkeley County. Martinsburg is a thriving, vibrant community that has evolved to become West Virginia's fastest growing city. Located 80 miles from Washington DC and 90 miles from Baltimore, MD. Development started on the The Commons shopping center in May 2008, with the ProTel store opening in late 2009.
the commons - Martinsburg, wv
Welcome to Mount Airy! This great locale prides itself on Mt. Airy’s small-town
charm, first-rate businesses, family-friendly neighborhoods with excellent sports and other activities, stable government, and friendly citizens. Outside of the town limits, the surrounding community is colloquially referred to as Mount Airy or the Four-County Area by locals. The Four-County Area derives its name from the fact that the community encompasses portions of Frederick, Carroll, Montgomery, and Howard counties.
mt. airy, md
Murrysville is a beautiful suburban community in Westmoreland county. Located just
22 miles east of Pittsburgh, PA Murrysville is a largely rural, residential community.
With 100 acres of parkland, attractive neighborhoods,and strong school system it's easy
to see why Murrysville is home to 22,000 residents. Like most cities in Pennsylvania
Murrysville is also rich in history and is best know for the first commercially-piped gas
well and unique "tree sign" which literally uses trees to spell "Murrysville" on a hillside.
New Kensington, known locally as New Ken, is a city in Westmoreland County, situated along the Allegheny River 18 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. Like much of Westmoreland County and surrounding areas New Ken has a rich history going back to its start in 1891 as an industrial district. Now the city is home to over 13,000 people and has been seen in popular culture being featured in P.O.D's "Youth of the Nation" music video and one of the filming locations for the movie Dogma.
New kensington, pa
Nestled among the foothills of the Alleghenies along the shores of the Ohio River,
scenic New Martinsville is one of West Virginia's best kept secrets. With miles of
country roads, rippling creeks, forests, and farmlands to explore, New Martinsville
is your gateway to a world of nature and hometown charm. New Martinsville offers
plentiful natural resources., scenic beauty, heritage tourism, and small town charm.
new martinsville, wv
In the Heart of DC's Wine Country lies the charming town of Purcellville,
Virginia. The town is home to Loudoun County’s first distillery since Prohibition, a great selection of eclectic boutiques, a wide array of restaurants, regular weekend entertainment, farmer’s markets, pick your own, and annual events. Numerous award-winning wineries are within minutes of the Historic Old Town area.
Settled in 1852 this quaint town was named after one of the first pubs in town, the Red Lion Tavern and is full of history. Red Lion was a main stop along the old Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad and was once famous for the many brands of cigars made in town. The Red Lion Borough Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The town also has an extensive array of local bands and artist, perhaps the most popular being Halestorm who reached the top ten on US Mainstream Rock charts and receives extensive radio play.
red Lion, pa
Rutherford Crossing is located at the corner of I-81 and Martinsburg Pike (Rte. 11),
in Winchester. It is a Community Center which opened in 2008. Winchester has long been known as the “Apple Capital” surrounded as it is by vast orchards and constituting one of the largest apple export markets of the nation and the largest producing area in Virginia. Downtown Winchester hosts an expansive historic district as well as over 30 places to eat and 50 retail shops.
rutherford crossing - winchester, va
Shippensburg is located in the scenic Cumberland Valley of central Pennsylvania,
right on the line between Franklin and Cumberland counties. Shippensburg is a rural community located a short driving distance from many metropolitan areas including Washington, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Our quality of life was recognized when Shippensburg was ranked 27th among The 100 Best Small Towns in America.
Built on a brownfield -- 123 acres of a former LTV Steel site -- the SouthSide Works
is a hip, vibrant mixed-use riverfront development just a mile from downtown Pittsburgh. Upscale shopping and dining, outdoor yoga classes, loft apartments, a sports medicine complex, practice fields, and a riverfront trail that runs through the heart of Pittsburgh are just a few of the amenities offered by the thriving SouthSide Works neighborhood.
Southside works - Pittsburgh, PA
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Waynesboro is in southern
Franklin County, Pennsylvania, amidst the backdrop of scenic farmland, rolling fruit orchards, and historic landmarks. Simply stated, it’s where the city comes to relax. Offering all the benefits of classic small-town America, this vibrant community is located among the picturesque farms, fields and forests of rural Pennsylvania—yet is only a short drive from some of the largest metro areas on the East Coast. Away from the bustle, and close to the fun!
West Mifflin, while heavily residential, is home to one of America's oldest traditional
amusement parks, Kennywood Park; the fourth largest shopping mall in the region, Century III; advanced naval nuclear propulsion technology research and development facility, Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory; monorail manufacturer Bombardier; US Steel's Mon Valley Works - Irvin Plant; Community College of Allegheny County's South Campus; the Allegheny County Airport; and various other businesses and industries.
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