GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn.— Dollar General’s pOpShelf chain celebrated the opening of its 100th store on the two-year anniversary of the format’s debut.
“During the past two years, pOpshelf continues to positively resonate with customers through our fun shopping experience, on-trend merchandise and relevant price points,” said Emily Taylor, Dollar General’s executive vice president and chief merchandising officer. “We’re thrilled to celebrate the grand opening of our 100th store together with our second birthday and look forward to many more celebrations as we extend our pOpshelf offerings to new communities in the coming years.”
pOpshelf debuted near Nashville, Tenn., in fall 2020, and currently operates 100 locations in nine states, including more than 30 store-within-a-store locations that combine pOpshelf and DG Market offerings. pOpshelf is on track to operate approximately 150 stand-alone stores and 40 combination formats by the end of the 2022 fiscal year, as well as operate up to 1,000 total stores by its 2025 fiscal year-end.
As part of pOpshelf’s commitment to serving communities, its partnership with the Confetti Foundation provides birthday parties to children spending their birthday in a hospital, pediatric oncology clinic or hospice facility.