The Dunn family has owned and operated a business in Volusia County for 125 years spanning seven generations and supporting the local community they moved to in 1856 from Virginia. The Dunn children played on the streets of Daytona Beach when it was paved with oysters while their parents leased warehouse space to Henry Ford during race season. The family roots run deep and are entwined with the local history and lively characters that have visited Volusia County over the years.
The Dunn businesses started with thriving orange groves and grew to lumber yards, marine supplies, paint, hardware, household items, collectibles, and toys. The family is a staple in the community with their businesses and is also very involved in the community supporting various charities over the years. The Dunn family tradition is enriching the lives of the community in which they live and have strived to do this during the economy’s ups and downs.
Dunn’s Attic continues the tradition of supporting the community by providing the citizens the service of consignment and estate sales services to sell items at the best price. Over the years, Dunn’s Attic has cut checks totaling over $3 million dollars, putting money right to the local economy to help sustain the community. Dunn’s Attic is more than a store – it is an experience. Customers can come to shop and end up learning some of the colorful history of the Dunn family as well as enjoy great food at Rosie’s Café.