Moyer's Department Store is celebrating it's five-year anniversary in style . . . that's fall fashion style.
This marks the fifth year since Dennis and Jeri Anderson purchased the downtown business from Bob Moyer, who opened Moyer's in 1990. The location was previously Farber's.
Jeri Anderson said they didn't change the name "because of the business' strong reputation for customer satisfaction."
The Andersons previously owned the T-Shirt Factory in Neligh from 2000-2007, when they sold it. Three years later, they decided to get back into retail.
"When we found out Moyer's was for sale, we didn't want the store to close, so we went back into the business world," Anderson said.
To mark the anniversary, Anderson said they're planning a two-day store-wide sales event on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2-3. As is tradition with the store, the earlier people shop, the more they'll save.
On Friday, those shopping 7-8 a.m. will save 40 percent, 8-10 a.m. is 30 percent off and 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.. is 20 percent off. On Saturday, those shopping 8-9 a.m. will save 40 percent, 9-11 a.m. is 30 percent off and 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. is 20 percent. Some exclusions apply.
What Moyers Offers
The Neligh store offers clothing for women, men and youth, along with lots of jewelry and accessories. They have a wide array of handbags, scarves and Husker items. Moyers also is known for its embroidery services and puts logos on apparel and other items for businesses and schools.
"We are here to offer what we can to area towns and residents, so they don't have to travel to shop," Anderson said. "We care what you wear and are here to provide that service to the community."