The Devon, PA Store & Service Center is Open with 2 HPWC

The Devon, PA Store & Service Center is Open with 2 HPWC

The facility is located at 470 West Lancaster Avenue, Devon, PA. Lancaster Avenue is Route 30 running from Camden, New Jersey to the Ohio/Pennsylvania border and beyond. Route 30 parallels the Paoli Local along Philadelphia “Main Line.” I am told that Tesla signed a 1 year lease with an option to extend the lease for an additional 4 years through July of 2019. (The lease information was from my barber, Nick.)

I was told the King of Prussia store will remain open and the Norristown Service Center will be closed. The Norristown location may already be closed.

The Store/Service Center is 4.5 miles West of the intersection I-476 and Route 30 and 1.5 miles East of the intersection or Routes 30 and 252.

Store hours are 7 AM – 7 PM local time Mondays through Fridays and 8 AM to 4 PM on Saturdays.

If you have dual chargers a full charge will take approximately 4 hours; what can you do?

Pickin’s is slim kids.

If you’re really lucky the grounds of the Devon Horse Show are 1.1 miles East of Tesla Devon.

Event Calendar for the grounds of the Devon Horse Show

2014 – September 23-28
2015 – May 21 - 31

Okay you got 4 hours to kill and Devon is you best choice.

Bowling: Devon Lanes .3 miles East
There is a new “:natural” foods above Devon Lanes.

Whole Foods – Devon is 1.5 miles East of Tesla Devon.

Thai Orchid Berwyn is .5 miles West of Tesla Devon.

Handel's Homemade Ice Cream & Yogurt is .6 miles West of Tesla Devon.

Tesla Devon is 1.9 miles East of the Upper Main Line YMCA located on the grounds of the J. Gardner Cassatt Mansion that was built in 1907.

The Y has a 50 meter outdoor pool that is open from approximately April 15 to the last week end in October. That’s where I did my 3,000 meters today.

I have been a member there for over 30 years and the current management are failing to try maintain the Christian ideals upon which the Y was founded. Recently, they told a long time handicapped member they would no longer allow him to park where he has parked for 10 or so years and would no longer send a staff member with wheel chair to help him enter the facility he calls his second home. The new Executive Director was quoted as saying the “The Y is for families and children."

Sorry, I recognize this is not an appropriate forum to air my anger over UMLY’s treatment of our older citizens but what the Heck.

madodel | 4 août 2014

It makes no sense to open a Devon store (They list as opening soon) and keep the King of Prussia store open. As they ramp up production they need to open a store/service area in the Allentown/Bethlehem area to expand sales to NE PA. The closest to me is Short Hills, NJ which is over an hour away. Devon just moves the lone store/service center a little further away.