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Pinnacle Rents Warehouse at WBC


Terry Varner (center) explains Pinnacle's warehouse operation to (left to right) LJ Bryant, Mayor Don House, Dr. Tom Jones and Dale Leatherman.

Pinnacle Frames & Accents, which operates a factory in Pocahontas, Ark., is taking advantage of warehouse space owned by nearby Williams Baptist College in Walnut Ridge. Pinnacle recently leased the Miller Building, a former factory building which is adjacent to the WBC campus.

The Miller Building, which is located on Fulbright Ave., was acquired by WBC several years ago. It has been used by several local industries in the past, including Golf Bag and the S-B Power Tool reconditioning operation.

Terry Varner, maintenance manager at the Pocahontas Pinnacle plant, led a tour of the warehouse last week for Walnut Ridge Mayor Don House, Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Director LJ Bryant, WBC Vice President for Business Affairs Dale Leatherman, and Williams President Dr. Tom Jones.

"We are thankful for the aggressive work of the Lawrence County chamber and the city of Walnut Ridge in helping us find such a good tenant for the Miller Building," said Jones. "Pinnacle is a great fit for this building, and we appreciate Mayor House and Mr. Bryant for the their hard work in making this happen."

Pinnacle has filled much of the 70,000 square foot warehouse with finished products that are awaiting shipping, according to Varner.

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