Judd & Black Appliance supporting food banks, 80th anniversary

By Judd & Black Appliance | Shared by Lynnwood Times

Now as much as ever, it takes amazing employees, loyal customers and a supportive community to thrive as a local business – especially for 80 years.

Judd & Black Appliance is celebrating its 80th anniversary in 2020 after launching at the start of World War II, surviving the upheaval of 9-11 and now facing the uncertainties of the coronavirus pandemic.

“We’re humbled by so many years of support that we’ve received from customers and employees,” said company president Bob Long, a third-generation owner.

Bob Long Judd & Black Appliance
Photo of Bob Long courtesy of Rachael Sylte

Long said the retailer will continue its philosophy of giving back to the community by donating $10 to local food banks, up to $25,000, for each appliance order at any of its locations from April 16 to May 10. The food banks are Lynnwood Food Bank, Marysville Community Food Bank, Volunteers of America Everett Food Bank, Skagit Valley Neighbors in Need, and Bellingham Food Bank.

Judd & Black Appliance is a locally owned and family operated independent appliance retailer with six locations in Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom counties. Listed as an essential business by the State of Washington and continues to offer sales, delivery, installation, parts and service on over 25 of the top appliance and barbecue brands.

Customers may visit stores or contact them by phone or online at www.juddblack.com. Customers who come to stores are asked to practice social distancing and not shake hands inside them. Anyone who is sick or living with someone who is ill is asked to contact Judd & Black Appliance by phone or online.

“We are taking extra precautions to keep our customers and team safe,” Long said.

The company’s Lynnwood store is located at 16521 Highway 99, a block south of 164th St. S.W. The Lynnwood store is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sundays. For more information, call at (425) 742-2233 or visit www.juddblack.com.

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