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DGX Debuts Downtown

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Columbus’ first DGX store has officially opened its doors Downtown, offering a mix between a traditional grocery store and a convenience store.

Occupying 6,200 square feet of space at 166 S. High St. at the Highpoint on Columbus Commons, the store is a growing brand under the Dollar General umbrella. With grab-and-go food items, fresh produce, a coffee station and more, the concept is aimed at urban shoppers.

Since announcing its commitment to Columbus in October, the DGX brand has continued to expand its footprint, adding stores in Omaha, Orlando and Tulsa.

The Columbus DGX will be open daily from 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.

For more information, visit dgxstore.com.

DGX opened in late December at 166 S. High St.
The selection includes many name-brand personal care items
Home goods like towels, pillows and decorations are also available
Grab-and-go food items
ICEE and coffee station
The store’s selection includes a number of traditional grocery items
An extensive selection of cleaning supplies are available
Fresh foods include cheeses, bacon, butter, eggs, milk and more
A limited selection of fresh produce is available
Candy options line one of the store’s aisles
The store adds a convenient location for the growing number of area residents
As part of the lease agreement, DGX is not allowed to use ‘dollar’ in its signage or branding
Columbus’ first DGX store is now open
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