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Tractor Supply to hold grand opening Aug. 3

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From page A3 | August 02, 2013 |

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. — The Placerville Tractor Supply Company store will hold its grand opening on Saturday, Aug. 3, with specially priced merchandise Aug. 1-4. The store officially opened for business July 27.

The Placerville location is Tractor Supply’s 25th store in California and employs 13 team members. The facility has 18,400 square feet, including sales floor and support service space.

Tractor Supply is the largest retail farm and ranch supply store chain in the United States and has been operating in California since 2004.

“Placerville is a great location for Tractor Supply because there is no other store like ours in the area,” said store manager Jonathan Harvey. “We have a wide variety of products that support the rural lifestyle of community residents. Our local, knowledgeable and diverse team is excited to provide the legendary Tractor Supply customer service to our neighbors.”

Harvey joined Tractor Supply one-and-a-half years ago as an assistant store manager at the Dixon location. Prior to joining Tractor Supply, the Reno native worked at Safeway for four years.

As store manager, Harvey oversees all store operations, including receiving, inventory control and merchandising, as well as customer and team member relations.

To celebrate the grand opening of the store, shoppers will receive 10 percent off their first purchase, up to $100, from Aug. 1-4, and can enter to win prizes including store gift cards, pet feed, clothing, power tools, a lawn tractor and a chain saw. Free Tractor Supply caps will also be given away while supplies last.

The grand opening event this weekend will feature a barbecue fundraiser sponsored by the local FFA club, a bake sale, root beer floats and lemonade provided by the local 4-H groups, a horse rescue group and antique tractors provided by a local nonprofit organization.

Regular operating hours for the store, located in the former Mountain Democrat space at 1360 Broadway, are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday.

Tractor Supply Company, listed on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange as TSCO, operates more than 1,175 stores in 46 states. Tractor Supply Company stores are focused on supplying the lifestyle needs of recreational farmers and ranchers. The company also serves the maintenance needs of those who enjoy the rural lifestyle, as well as tradesmen and small businesses. The company offers a comprehensive selection of merchandise for the health, care, growth and containment of horses, livestock and pets including select Purina and Nutrena brand feeds; a broad selection of agricultural products; and tools and hardware selected for our customers’ needs. In addition, the company sells light truck equipment, work clothing for the entire family, and an extensive line of seasonal products including lawn and garden power equipment products. For more information on Tractor Supply, access the Website at TractorSupply.com.

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