Business: Public Service Supply plans Oct. 18 in Armuchee with uniforms for first responders, scrubs, more. Nearby former Fred’s could become indoor storage

Business: Public Service Supply plans Oct. 18 in Armuchee with uniforms for first responders, scrubs, more. Nearby former Fred’s could become indoor storage

Coming soon to Armuchee: Public Service Supply — scrubs, uniforms and more. Hometown photo.
Public Service Supply and Apparel opens next month in Armuchee. This is a great idea, incorporating first responder and healthcare uniforms into one stop at 3150 Martha Berry Highway in the site mostly recently home to Unique Interiors.
Oct. 18 is the tentative opening date as the owners are “awaiting a building modification that has to be completed before we can open.”
Featured will be uniforms and equipment for EMS, firefighter, law enforcement, nurse and medical professional uniforms as well as related equipment. Some examples include:
  • Scrubs
  • 5.11 and Tru-spec tactical pants
  • 5.11 and Under Armor tactical boots
  • Various equipment for public service sector employees.
  • Pants hemming and name/title embroidery also will be available.

You can follow the progress at: Facebook


The former Fred’s on Martha Berry Highway near Armuchee High. Hometown photo.

 

 It looks like Rome/Floyd storage wars are heating up. With so many new projects now in service, there still appears to be a demand for more, this time at 4111 Martha Berry Highway.

At least that’s the bid going to the Rome-Floyd Planning Commission. Rome’s Brian Spears seeks a special use permit to reshape the interior of the former retailer at 4111 Martha Berry to allow climate-controlled storage in Armuchee. The application cites “climate controlled storage is in high demand and short supply in this community.”  It goes before the planning commission on Tuesday, Oct. 5. Fred’s closed several years ago both here and across Northwest Georgia.

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