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Rodda Paint to reopens at new location in Spokane Valley

Rodda Paint is moving to a new site after a fire destroyed the company’s former store in February.

Rodda Paint is reopening June 3 in an 8,800-square-foot building at 409 N. Thierman Road, according to a news release.

Rodda Paint is a family-owned paint manufacturer that’s headquartered in Portland. It manufacturers and distributes paint, high-performance industrial coatings and professional painting supplies through it 57 full-service stores nationwide. Rodda Paint is a division of Surrey, B.C.-based Cloverdale Group.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation at Rodda Paint’s former store at 6818 E. Sprague Ave.

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