n 1952, Cowboy Maloney’s was born, a lumber yard selling built-in appliances for new homes. We quickly evolved to a full line appliance dealer and from there became a TV dealer when the first television station came on line in Mississippi. We were founded with the realization that, as a Mississippi company, we would be held to a higher set of standards. We strive to exceed customer’s expectations. Our major goal is not to ask for business because we're the home team, but to match or beat any price in the market place plus stand behind every product that a customer stands in front of.
In 1991, Cowboy Maloney’s purchased Electric City from the Southern Company. With more locations, and joining NATM, the nation’s premier buying group of only 12 dealers, we became a major regional retailer able to compete with all national competition and still give personal service to our neighbors.
From Cowboy, who got his nickname from his appliance corral, and Dolly Mom who ran the office, to 13-year-old son Con who worked in the lumber yard, Cowboy Maloney’s Electric City has grown to over 200 associates with multiple locations, more than 40 delivery trucks, and our own electronic service department. We are the only major company in the Jackson market who has a service department.
Having sold the first DirecTV Satellite and the first Sirius Car Audio System ever sold in the U.S.A., we are indeed recognized nationally as being on the cutting edge.
With all this said, the three brothers, Con, Eddie, and Johnny, with their last name on the building, want to keep customers first.