Whilst founded in the 1950’s, The RoundUp Store was opened in its current Shelby location in 1978. Jack Hunt originally “rounded up” salvage from fire and water damaged businesses, hence the name. In the early days the store featured everything from women’s clothes to children’s shoes and canned goods. By the time the current location was established, the business had migrated to supplying specialty building products. Cabinet grade plywood, kitchen and bathroom cabinets, paneling and Masonite siding were the core products offered to local remodelers and builders. Over the years’ new items were added and manufacturing of storage buildings, kitchen, bathroom cabinets and chicken coops was begun. In addition to the original items today’s eclectic mix of products for the Do It Yourselfers (DIY) covers a wide range of items from laminate flooring to concrete steps and railings, a windows and doors design center and bird houses.
Chris White serves as assistant manager and has been a part of the RoundUp family for 27 years. His can do attitude and ability to master tasks of any kind demonstrates his much appreciated value to our clients. Chris makes the RoundUp go!
Phil Ledbetter serves as Vice President of The RoundUp Store. Joining right out of high school, Phil has loyally served the business for 37 Years! His wealth of experience and passion for making sure that all customers are fully satisfied has led to longevity and growth. Whether it is laying out a new kitchen or applying for a “rent to own” storage building, Phil is the man to talk to!
Mike has been in the construction industry for more than forty three years, most of which was spent selling doors and windows. In Mike’s three years at The Round Up Store, they have been voted Best Of Cleveland County two years in a row. Whether you are remodeling or building new, his expertise and experience makes the process easy. Come in to discuss your ideas, Mike can make them happen.
After retiring from a long career with a fortune 200 company, Rod was looking for something to keep him busy. He had become friends with Jack Hunt. One day Jack said, “Why don’t you buy the RoundUp? Ironically, Rod’s father had been in the kitchen business most of his life, working for several custom cabinet makers. Rod purchased The Roundup Store in 2013 and among other things, is now in the kitchen business himself!