Cory Long, vice-President of Judd & Black, flanked by Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin steps forward to cut the yellow ribbon Friday at 11am outside the retailer’s new flagship Everett store at 510 SW Everett Mall Way. (Janice Podsada / The Herald)

Cory Long, vice-President of Judd & Black, flanked by Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin steps forward to cut the yellow ribbon Friday at 11am outside the retailer’s new flagship Everett store at 510 SW Everett Mall Way. (Janice Podsada / The Herald)

Judd & Black Appliance cuts the ribbon on new Everett store

Judd & Black opens a new flagship store in Everett six months after fire gutted its former location.

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