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A family-run, local business for over 40 years, Wagner Appliance Sales, Inc has been serving the Winston-Salem area’s appliance needs since 1972 when it’s first location opened at ___ Waughtown St. Having worked as an appliance salesman earlier in his life, founder Wake M. Wagner...
The idea behind the business, to recondition and resell used appliances at affordable prices.
HIs son, the current owner, Wake M. Wagner, a former marine and WSFC school teacher, saw an opportunity and went in to business with his father. They worked together for __ years until Wake Sr.’s death in 197?
In ____, the business moved down the street to 735 Waughtown Street. Here, with the help of his wife, Brenda Wagner, and a small, faithful crew of employees, Wake built the store into a busy and trusted neighborhood business.
In 20__, Wagner Appliance Sales acquired its current building at 700 Waughtown Street. With over ___ square feet of show room, workshop and office space, Wagner Appliance Sales was able to move through a much larger inventory and flourish into the business it is today. Whitney Appliance, Appliance King
Today Wagner Appliance Sales is ran by Wake M. Wagner and a crew of __ employees. Former local baseball hero, Charles “Bubba” Smith is the operational manager, while the third generation of Wagners, Wake A. Wagner and Amy L. Wagner round out the managerial staff.
Wagner Appliance was began in 197__ by Wake M. Wagner and his Father Wake W. Wagner.
Pic of First Location
Moved to 735 Waughtown St.
Pics of 735 Waughtown St.
Purchase of 742 & Pic
Purchase of Junia & Pic.
In 2001 Wagner Appliance again upsized its location by moving across the street and to the end of the block to 700 Waughtown St.
(Pics of 700 Waughtown St)