New Ashley Store opening in Troy in June


SIDNEY — The owners of Goffena Furniture & Mattress in Sidney, (Matt, Drew and Evan Goffena) will be opening a new Ashley Store in early June at 1831 Towne Park Drive in the Troy Towne Center next to the Texas Roadhouse restaurant.

The 35,000-square-foot store will include a 25,000-square-foot showroom with remaining space dedicated to warehouse space, office and restrooms.

“Ashley is the No. 1 named brand of furniture in the world and the largest furniture retailer in North America,” said Drew Goffena, Goffena senior vice president, in a press release, “so we are so thrilled to bring quality, stylish home furnishings with the same hometown family feel of Goffena Furniture & Mattress to the thriving Troy community.”

“We are grateful to the Troy Chamber of Commerce and the entire town for allowing us to put up our building in the incredible Troy Towne Center shopping mall. We’re really excited to be here and, more importantly, for everyone to see what’s inside,” said Evan Goffena, Goffena vice president, in the release,

The new store will feature Ashley’s 7.0 store concept, a design approach that features more spacious layouts and fewer accessories to better emphasize the furniture.

Customers will experience a simplified, bright and open floor plan, making it easy to find the perfect pieces of furniture for their homes.

The showroom will feature complete lifestyle vignettes, down to the final detail of lighting, rugs and wall art. Product categories include bedroom, dining room, upholstery, leather, occasional tables, home office, youth bedroom, recliners, mattresses and accessories. Shoppers will also be treated to the new Ashley mattress gallery, featuring Ashley Sleep, Tempur-Pedic and Purple mattresses.

A grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony is being planned for Thursday, June 6, and will be followed by the official grand opening celebration event starting Saturday, June 8, with festivities, prizes and refreshments.

Goffena Furniture & Mattress has been servicing the Shelby county area since 1942 and is now in the fourth generation of family ownership.

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