Southeastern Salvage Home Emporium opening 12th store

January 25th, 2021The Chattanoogan  |  Original Article


On the heels of opening their 11th store in Greenville, South Carolina, Southeastern Salvage Home Emporium purchased a 50,000 square foot horse barn in Louisville, Ky. which will become their 12th store. 

Represented by D. Frazier DeVaney, Jr. of NAI Charter Real Estate in Chattanooga, Southeastern Salvage acquired the 24-acre location immediately adjacent to Beckley Creek Park and The Parklands of Floyds Fork in East Louisville.

“We were able to identify this unique building in a great location”, said Mr. DeVaney. “The building is a former horse facility that is familiar to Louisville and fits Southeastern Salvage well. Southeastern Salvage Home Emporium will do great at this new location.” 

Bubba Morgan, chairman of Southeastern Salvage Home Emporium said, “We’re excited to be coming to the Louisville area. After a proposed 25,000 square foot addition, we’ll be ready to open our doors sometime in 2021.” 

Southeastern Salvage sells products from at least 20 countries including India, Thailand, Vietnam, Brazil, Turkey, Indonesia, Mexico, and of course the USA. Many of these products are unique handmade items you can’t find anywhere else. Southeastern Salvage Home Emporium is the type of store Where You Can Buy Almost Anything…Almost.

Southeastern Salvage originated in Chattanooga and their main distribution center is also located in Chattanooga. Other Southeastern Salvage and Home Emporium stores are located in Nashville and Knoxville; Birmingham, Mobile, and Huntsville, Al.; Columbia and Greenville, S.C.; Springdale, Oh.; Chesapeake, Va.; and Shreveport, La.