Closing Chapter: Texas Legend's 80-Year Hardware Store Sale Ends This Week
A long-standing hardware store in Jacksboro, Texas, will close this week, but not before one last chance for customers to grab a bargain.
Nash True Value was opened by William Nash in Jacksboro in 1923 and has passed through four generations of ownership, but the current owners, siblings Tammy Malone, Doug Malone, and Holly Berglund, have decided to retire and close the store.
“The independent hardware industry has changed a lot over the years, and it continues to change every day, as does everything else. We not only attribute success to our customers, who are second and third generation customers, but to our long-standing, and loyal employees. We have employees, with many years of service, where their experience and knowledge allow us to provide the best service for our customers.” Tammy Malone
The good news for locals is that the store will hold its biggest-ever sale on its final day. On Thursday, September 28, all items will be heavily discounted in a giant liquidation sale, and there will also be prizes.
"This will be the largest sale in the 80-year history of the store… and the last.” Tammy Malone
Are you disappointed to see this store close? Do you fear for the future of small family-run retail businesses? Will you attend the closing down sale?
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