Posts Tagged "Do it Best Corp"

Hemlock Hardware: A Beacon of Hope During Hard Times in Fairfield

Hemlock Hardware: A Beacon of Hope During Hard Times in Fairfield

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a difficult time for small businesses, especially in Fairfield, CT. With restrictions tighter than ever in the region, many businesses struggled to stay open, but Hemlock Hardware’s Scott Pesavento did everything he could to support employees and the local community of Fairfield. 

Carr Hardware and their Customers Donate PPE to Local Schools

Carr Hardware and their Customers Donate PPE to Local Schools

Family owned and operated since 1928, Carr Hardware has a long tradition of supporting the communities that surround their stores.  So when the Covid pandemic hit, it was only natural that they would step up and do what they could to help. That’s why they created the “Round-up for the Schools” campaign that in combination with the company’s match was able to provide and donate over $8,500 worth of personal…read more →

Chic Lumber Delivers Hope to Local Families

Chic Lumber Delivers Hope to Local Families

At Chic Lumber, building the community takes place both inside and outside the store. The family-owned Do it Best Corp. member business has been in the St. Louis, Missouri, community for more than 40 years but still finds new ways to give back, with a particular focus on local families.

Bea’s Hardware Puts the Big Smoky Valley, Nevada on the Map

Bea’s Hardware Puts the Big Smoky Valley, Nevada on the Map

When Bea and Steve Fisher moved from Los Angeles to Round Mountain, Nevada, they expected a change of pace. While working on their “Round House” and “tiny home,” they soon encountered many of the challenges that locals in this remote region face. Sourcing building materials, fuel pellets, and animal feed when the closest stores are over two hours away. That experience inspired Bea’s Hardware and a business model to help…read more →

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

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