HOM Furniture to open new location in Wausau mall

WAUSAU, Wis. (WAOW) — There’s a new store coming to Wausau in 2019.

HOM Furniture will occupy the area that was formerly Younkers in the Wausau Center Mall, per a release from the company. HOM ranks as one of the nation’s largest furniture retailers serving customers in the upper Midwestern states of Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, Iowa, and Wisconsin.

The space is undergoing renovation currently, but will feature HOM’s specialty brands including World Rugs, Bargain Shop, Seasonal Concepts Patio, Sleep Express and The Cookie Shop.

“Bringing HOM Furniture to Wausau is long overdue, but we believe it will be well worth the time we spent to secure the appropriate space,” said HOM President and CEO Rodney Johansen. “Wausau Center Mall is a perfect location well within our distribution network, and will allow HOM Furniture to offer our industry leading product assortments with all of our fine brands, exciting products and custom design solutions for years to come.”

Wausau will be HOM’s 17th location, and is expected to open this coming spring.

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