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DGSE Opens Sixth Location in North Texas

Jun 22, 2012 9:49 AM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... DGSE Companies Inc. opened a sixth Dallas and Fort Worth area location this week in the Fort Worth suburb of Southlake. This newest Dallas Gold & Silver Exchange store is located in a heavily-trafficked intersection of Highway 114 and Kimball Avenue with easy access from a number of suburbs within 10 miles, according to the trading firm.

"Our new location in Southlake adds significant coverage in Denton and Tarrant Counties, furthering our goal of providing North Texas with numerous locations to serve customers near their homes and where they work," said William Oyster, the president of DGSE. "Following our addition of three new stores last year, we are confident the Southlake location will further our brand equity and continue to bring market efficiencies to our operation."
 
Since April 16, 2012, shares in DGSE have remain suspended, pending the filing of its annual report for the 12 months that ended on December 31, 2011, and its first quarter report for the period ending on March 31. DGSE was granted an extension through October 31, to regain compliance and resume trading.

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