When East Chicago native Paul Burgess joined hhgregg in 2009 as vice president of home entertainment, he instantly felt closer to home and his region roots.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council announced Monday a major appliance store is moving into the recently vacated Borders Books building. Indianapolis-based hhgregg Inc. will soon be moving in, Building Commissioner Ken Mika said.
Indianapolis-based electronics and appliances retailer hhgregg will open its 14 new stores in the Chicago area, including the one in Hobart, on Thursday.
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