Conn’s HomePlus to open doors in Wichita Falls in August

Conns HomePlus


A new retailer is set to open its doors in Wichita Falls in August.

Conn’s HomePlus, a specialty retailer of furniture, mattresses, home appliances, and consumer electronics, announced Tuesday that they will be open to the public Friday, August 14, in their 40,000-square foot showroom.

The Texas-based retailer has 143 stores in 14 states and the Wichita Falls’ location will the 72nd operating unit in the state.

Conn’s has stores in Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

Conn’s representatives say said they are excited to be part of several new stores, commercial development and other economic activities in Wichita Falls.

“We are committed to playing a key role in the continued economic growth of our great home state,” said Norm Miller, Conn’s HomePlus Chairman and CEO. “The Wichita Falls location allows us to serve a new community and we look forward to connecting with the people who call this city home.”


Conn’s started out more than 128 years ago as a small plumbing and heating company in Beaumont, Texas. Today, Conn’s is one of the top consumer goods retailers in the country, with more than $1 billion in revenue and more than 4,500 employees across the southern United States. Our mission is to make it possible for everyone to purchase quality, long-lasting products for their home.

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