Tractor Supply grand opening Saturday

Staff Report

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. — The Tractor Supply Company store at Logan will hold its grand opening on Saturday, April 2, with specially priced merchandise March 31-April 3. The store officially opened for business March 26.

The Logan location is Tractor Supply’s 25th store in West Virginia and employs 14 team members. The facility has 19,097 square feet, including sales floor and support service space.

Tractor Supply is the largest rural lifestyle retail store chain in the United States and has been operating in West Virginia since 2002.

“Logan is a great location for Tractor Supply Company because there are a lot of families with riding stables and hobby farms in the area,” said Store Manager Rachel Bevins. “Our knowledgeable, friendly team looks forward to providing our neighbors with Tractor Supply’s legendary customer service.”

Bevins, a West Virginia native, joined Tractor Supply in 2011 as a team member at the South Williamson, Ky., location. Prior to joining Tractor Supply, she worked as a dental assistant for 10 years.

As store manager, Bevins 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 March 31-April 2, and can enter to win prizes including store gift cards, pet feed, clothing, power tools and a riding mower. Free Tractor Supply caps will also be given away while supplies last.

The grand opening event this Saturday will feature a number of activities, including fundraisers for the local 4-H and FFA groups. Regular operating hours for the store, located at 150 John Wes Evans Dr., are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday.

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