Our Exchange Center is Now Open

December 17, 2015 2 Comments

Our Exchange Center is Now Open

Roundhouse ExchangeWe're excited to announce that our Exchange Center - a stockroom, pickup counter and repair center - is now open. While Roundhouse Exchange is an online store, we know there are occasionally those times when it's nice to see someone face to face. Repairs, returns, or replacement parts are easily handled in person instead of dealing with the hassles of shipping it off to the great unknown. And for Kansas City residents, orders placed online can be picked up here to avoid shipping charges.

This is also where we will disassemble products for material reclamation. It's all a part of our belief that even an online store has advantages to being local.

Roundhouse Repair center

Our stockroom includes a humble counter where we are glad to show you our latest wares. Just check out our current hours and drop in the next time you're in the West Bottoms.

 



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Travis Freeman
Travis Freeman

January 13, 2016

Thank you, Megean!

Megean Weldon
Megean Weldon

December 31, 2015

Congrats! This is fantastic!

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