Shopping Center Renovation In Carlisle Barracks, PA

After a two-year-long renovation, the Carlisle Barracks Exchange in Pennsylvania is complete! The $5.2 million project includes an upgraded pharmacy and a new food court.


Exchange Newsroom ~ "The Army & Air Force Exchange Service ushered in a new era of service and support with the unveiling of a $5.2 million renovation to the Carlisle Barracks Exchange shopping center.


U.S. Army War College Commandant Maj. Gen. David Hill, Carlisle Barracks Garrison Commander Lt. Col. Jeannette Molina, Exchange Northeast Region Vice President Amanda Hartfield, Carlisle Barracks Exchange General Manager Valerie Bright and PX Department Manager Melanie Morrison cut the ribbon on the remodeled Exchange Sept. 19.


Photo by USAG Carlisle Barracks Public Affairs Officer Curtis Keester

'To the Exchange employees who made this possible and saw this project through to completion, thank you for your persistence and continued efforts to provide base support to our Carlisle Barracks and surrounding military communities,' Molina said. 'You all kept the Exchange open and ready for business for our Soldiers, families and retirees, and your efforts did not go unnoticed. We truly appreciate you and can’t thank you enough.'


The Exchange is the Department of Defense’s largest military retailer. The 40,974-square-foot Carlisle Barracks Exchange offers tax-free shopping and military exclusive pricing to more than 378,000 active-duty service members, military families, retirees, service-connected disabled Veterans and other authorized military shoppers in South Central Pennsylvania, offering a selection of merchandise from national brands such as Calvin Klein, Columbia and more.


The overhauled shopping center features a new food court with Hunt Brothers Pizza, Chopz and Eddie Peppers quick-serve restaurants, as well as a Snack Avenue section offering pre-packaged foods. Other upgrades include new flooring and lighting; a facelift for all main store departments; new in-store BE FIT and PowerZone concept shops; a refreshed mall area with an updated barber shop, optical shop and pharmacy; a remodeled customer service area; and more." ~ Exchange Newsroom.


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