is growing. The store for coin collectors and precious metals investors had already been operating out of two Frandor locations – an office and a showroom – when the opportunity to move into a larger showroom came along.
“We keep getting more customers over time, so we need to make sure we have enough space to serve them,” says Liberty Coins owner Patrick A. Heller.
Liberty Coin still has their office location, but has grown its showcase from a 3,100-square foot space to a 3,500-square foot space with higher visibility and a more open floor plan.
“The new location only has one hallway and multiple large rooms,” says Heller. “We can use a lot more space. It is also more in the center of the Frandor Shopping center, so people notice it now where they might not have before.”
Liberty Coin opened the new showroom on February 27 and celebrated their grand opening in April.
The growing isn’t over for Liberty Coin. Heller is still looking for an even larger location in which he can combine both of his Liberty Coin locations. Additionally, he hopes to hire two to four additional employees later this year.