Dollar General Announces New DGX Location In Downtown Chattanooga

Thursday, January 23, 2020
Dollar General announced Thursday it is under construction on a new DGX location in Chattanooga at 728 Market St, unit 142, with completion currently planned for late winter 2020.  The new location will be the third DGX store in Tennessee following two DGX locations in Nashville that opened in in 2016 and 2019.
 
DGX Chattanooga is expected to provide customers with approximately 5,200 total square feet of convenient, easy in-and-out retail space with numerous immediate-consumption items, including grab-and-go sandwiches and salads, snack items and a coffee station.
Additionally, the store is slated to provide a curated assortment of food offerings including fresh fruits and vegetables, pet supplies, paper products, home cleaning supplies and an expansive selection of health and beauty products, as well an assortment of home décor, electronics and seasonal products.
 
“We are excited for the opportunity to serve city-dwellers with everyday low prices on the essentials they need in a convenient, easy-to-shop format to downtown Chattanooga through our DGX store,” said Dan Nieser, Dollar General’s senior vice president of real estate and development. “We look forward to the opportunity to serve metropolitan customers in downtown living environments with value and convenience on quality products.”
 
The Company opened the first DGX store in November 2016 in Nashville.  DGX is Dollar General's smaller-box retail store that offers a product selection specifically tailored to vertical-living customers. Dollar General currently operates eight DGX stores including two in Nashville, as well as locations in Raleigh, NC, Philadelphia, Pa., Cleveland, Oh., Tulsa, Ok., Columbus, Oh and Omaha, Ne.

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