New Businesses Coming to Southern Maryland

GregV814

Well-Known Member
I dont think we need a Home Depot in Calvert County. I don't care for Sneade's at all, "Builder UP" is 50/50. Jim's in PF and Dunkirk is just hardware. The clientele of HD is not desired, the employees are rated almost 0 by recent customer polls . Let them stay in Charles and Prince Georges.

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dmpitta1987

New Member
I dont think we need a Home Depot in Calvert County. I don't care for Sneade's at all, "Builder UP" is 50/50. Jim's in PF and Dunkirk is just hardware. The clientele of HD is not desired, the employees are rated almost 0 by recent customer polls . Let them stay in Charles and Prince Georges.

I'm Greg, and I approve this message.
So if not Home Depot, then which business would you approve of moving to Calvert? Lowe's? Judging by your message, it doesn't seem like you approve of any of the current options, so I'm curious what would be ideal for you.
 

GregV814

Well-Known Member
So if not Home Depot, then which business would you approve of moving to Calvert? Lowe's? Judging by your message, it doesn't seem like you approve of any of the current options, so I'm curious what would be ideal for you.
just leave the HD's in those Counties....I can drive there. Just my opinion, I have no control over any decisions
 

General Lee

Well-Known Member
I dont think we need a Home Depot in Calvert County. I don't care for Sneade's at all, "Builder UP" is 50/50. Jim's in PF and Dunkirk is just hardware. The clientele of HD is not desired, the employees are rated almost 0 by recent customer polls . Let them stay in Charles and Prince Georges.

I'm Greg, and I approve this message.
Then Calvert should get a Lowes at least. Keep people over there instead if crowding other nearby Lowes or HD
 

Sneakers

Just sneakin' around....
The only reason to have a Home Depot in St Mary's would be competition to Lowes and item prices. Have you ever looked at an item online from Lowes and compared prices between the California store and the Waldorf store? While researching a bunch of different items, I found the California store is frequently more expensive for the same item. Having an HD would help lower those item costs.


However, having an HD local would probably kill the local hardware stores like Dysons. And since just about anything you need can be home-shipped at little to no cost shipping, there's no real need for another big storefront here.
 

Homer J

Power Chord
Ashley is owned by Regency I believe. Whats not coming to So.Md or should I say leaving SoMd. is Burger King and KFC. on Great Mills Road.
Spoke to a guy that worked at Raley's in Waldorf. The old Raley's on GMR is going to have Ashley on one side and Raley's on the other side. Two separate entrances.
 

kom526

They call me ... Sarcasmo
My experience has been hit or miss with Ashley. Current spare bedroom set I have is from Ashley and its no different from something from Bob's (real cheap crap). I've had my best value for the buck from Value City Furniture. Not sure they still exist in Waldorf.
VCF is still in Waldorf.
 

BernieP

Resident PIA
Ashley is owned by Regency I believe. Whats not coming to So.Md or should I say leaving SoMd. is Burger King and KFC. on Great Mills Road.
Both have been poorly managed. Never a fan of BK, but the KFC has gone down the old crapper.
When Lexington Park Ford moves up to California it's going to leave a real dark hole on the road.
 

LightRoasted

If I may ...
If I may ...

I dont think we need a Home Depot in Calvert County. I don't care for Sneade's at all, "Builder UP" is 50/50. Jim's in PF and Dunkirk is just hardware. The clientele of HD is not desired, the employees are rated almost 0 by recent customer polls . Let them stay in Charles and Prince Georges.

I'm Greg, and I approve this message.
I'm with you on not caring for Sneades. They are the all junk China-Mart of the 'hardware' category, and stupid knick-knack business; all high priced crap. I swear, when I have gone in there, I can't tell if I've entered a Hallmark store or a hardware store.
 
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