Business Destroyed By Massive Rock Slide Reopens in St. Albans

By: Jeremy Edwards Email
By: Jeremy Edwards Email

ST. ALBANS, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A business destroyed by a massive rockslide in St. Albans is about to reopen.

The owners of "Pins 'n Rods Customs" tells WSAZ.com they will hold a grand opening of their new shop on Saturday.

The old shop was destroyed back in February when massive rocks fell off a hillside and landed on their building near the intersection of Route 60 and Route 817.

The owners moved the business to a new part of town. The shop is now in downtown St. Albans on Main Street.

The owners who say they are excited to get back to work.

Chad Parsons/Owner
"I've had great customer support and the people who had bikes and cars down there that were destroyed or damaged have been very helpful and it in turn has helped me and given me the confidence to get back into and the support to make it work again," Owner Chad Parsons said.

Parsons says he has gotten a lot of support from family, friends and people in the community and that's a big reason he has been able to start over.


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