Posts Tagged "Do it Best Corp"

Kibler Lumber Brings a New Tradition to the Community

Kibler Lumber Brings a New Tradition to the Community

After nearly 125 years in business, Kibler Lumber’s greatest asset is its relationship with the local community. The fifth-generation family business has been in the community since 1895, but it continues to add new value with each year

Washington’s Oldest Hardware Store Creates New Opportunities for Students

Washington’s Oldest Hardware Store Creates New Opportunities for Students

Founded in 1866, W.S. Jenks & Son has earned the reputation as Washington, D.C.’s oldest hardware store. Over the years, the family-owned business and Do it Best Corp. member has adapted with the times, expanding to larger spaces, adding e-commerce options and creating new experiences for customers.

Norfolk Hardware and Home Center Helps Boston’s Homeless

Norfolk Hardware and Home Center Helps Boston’s Homeless

Since 1934, Norfolk Hardware and Home Center has provided the Boston community with high-quality products, helpful expertise and fair prices. More than a merchant, Norfolk Hardware and Home Center has been a partner for the community, supporting residents through the Great Depression, wartime, bad weather and more.

Managing Small Business & Community Recovery in Rural New York

Managing Small Business & Community Recovery in Rural New York

As much of the country grapples with the harmful effects of substance abuse and addiction, all eyes are on the community advocates who bring creative solutions to vulnerable populations. In Wellsville, New York, one small business manager has taken an optimistic approach.

Trio Hardware Gets a Hand from the Community

Trio Hardware Gets a Hand from the Community

At Trio Hardware in Plainview, New York, there’s no shortage of helping hands. The Long Island small business has outgrown two locations in its more than 50-year history, thanks to overwhelming community support from loyal customers

Stories from the Store: New Book will Chronicle Family Hardware Business

Stories from the Store: New Book will Chronicle Family Hardware Business

For Karen Munson, the aisles of her family’s hardware store feature more than tools, supplies and feed — they also set the scene for an entire cast of characters, performances and memories. Munson belongs to a family of independent retailers, with roots in the hardware business stretching back to 1926. Paying homage to this lineage and her own experiences, Munson is now transforming her family’s hardware store into a series of short stories.

Taylor’s Do it Center Honors Local Veterans with Christmas Wreaths

Taylor’s Do it Center Honors Local Veterans with Christmas Wreaths

The holiday season so often becomes a time for celebration with loved ones, but for thousands of families across the country, it’s also a time for remembrance. On December 15, volunteers laid Christmas wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, and at other cemeteries across the United States to honor and remember the brave men and women who have sacrificed their lives in service to the country. In Virginia,…read more →

Bering's Brings Hurricane Relief to Houston

Bering's Brings Hurricane Relief to Houston

A one-stop-shop for unique gifts and event-centric goods, Bering’s has served the Houston, Texas, community since 1940. What began as a lumber yard has evolved into a unique retail destination over the course of several generations. As it turns out, that diversification put this family business in the perfect position to help when the Houston community needed it the most.

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