The doors of Scott County True Value Hardware and Farm will be opening on Friday, Nov. 15 in Waldron. The newly renovated building, vacant since the closing of Walmart in July of 2017, will offer their customers an assortment of merchandise from lawn and garden, plumbing, home, tools, paint, electrical, clothing, and much more.
Adjoining the store are Waldron Auto Parts and Hwy 71 Tire and Services.
With the combination of the three businesses, customers within Waldron and Scott County are able to service their vehicles, shop for their home and farm needs, and purchase auto parts all within once locale.
The initial opening this weekend allows customers to come in, meet the management and staff members, while browsing the various products offered.
Pictured below, Waldron Mayor David Millard welcomes Brian Cooper with Scott County Hardware to the City of Waldron.
Hours of operation for Scott County True Value Hardware and Farm will be 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday with Sunday being closed and are located at 1359 W 2nd Street. Their Facebook page may be found under Scott County True Value Hardware and Farm.