Fincher’s: Serving you since the late 1940s
Fincher’s has been a staple of historic downtown South Boston community since the mid 1940s, in the same location. We’re a locally-owned, independent business staffed and owned by local folks, offering a variety of goods and services in tandum with first-class, prompt, and personal customer service. Our areas of expertise and product offerings include appliances, television, and musical supplies, along with Viasat (formerly Exede), DIRECTV and Dish satellite services. All our installers work for us, and no one else us, so you can rest easy knowing they share our devotion to our community and superior customer service.
We’re not just business owners, but are deeply involved in the community we serve and call home. Fincher’s is a proud member of the Halifax County Chamber of Commerce, Destination Downtown South Boston and South Boston Retail Merchants Association.
- Family-owned and operated for more than six decades
- Company installers; no farmed-out installations!
- Your appliance, entertainment and musical supplies specialists
- The area’s experts in Viasat, DIRECTV and Dish satellite services
Viasat: Reliable, high-speed internet regardless of where you live
Areas surrounding South Boston are perfect for the Viasat product. There are lots of people who have very slow DSL with few, and inferior, options. Viasat is the perfect answer for individuals and families that want great, fast and reliable internet with unprecedented local service. Local dealers like Fincher’s will always make the buying and overall experience the best. No one does it better!
Viasat delivers fast and reliable high-speed internet using the latest in satellite technology.
If you’re unfamiliar with the power of satellite internet or you’ve been suffering with slow internet for years and thought you would never have high-speed service in your area, please give us a call and we can tell you all about Viasat.
About South Boston, Virginia
South Boston is a proud, historic and progressive community of about 8,000 people on the banks of the Dan River in Virginia’s Halifax County. Named after Boston, Massachusetts, it was established in 1796. Construction of a railroad in the mid-1800s transformed the town into a tobacco market. The charming community enjoys the high quality and low crime rate of small town life, with the nearby amenities of urban centers like Richmond, Roanoke and Charlottesville – all within a two-hour drive. Three rivers flow through the county, making it an area rich in recreational opportunities.
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