Pictured above is the owner of the Wholesale Warehouse in Golden

Wholesale Warehouse expands heading into second year

It has been a great first year for Cheryl Beech who is the Owner of the Wholesale Warehouse in Golden.

It has been a great first year for Cheryl Beech who is the Owner of the Wholesale Warehouse in Golden. The store which started a year ago, has been doing so well that it recently went through an expansion.

“It has been really good. People seem to like what we have been doing here,” Beech said.

She also explained it has been fun seeing new people coming in as customers over the past year.

“I was scared at first because I have never done anything like this, but the numbers increased every month and things have been great.”

Beech admitted that the hours have been long, but it is all worth it at the end of the day.

She also said the expansion had to happen so they could keep up with the shopper’s interests.

“We just needed to carry bigger stuff and the original set up was too small,” Beech said. “Stuff was going out the door faster than it was being brought in. To bring in more products we had to open it up.”

So far people have responded to having a larger store in a positive manner.

“They love it. They keep saying to stock it up more and I will,” she said. “We are looking at bringing in more furniture and larger items.”

Beech said she is grateful for all of the support she has seen from people over the past year.

“I want to say thanks to everyone for the support they have shown,” she said.


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