Eagle small-town test boosts pro services

Tice, Carol
September 1996
National Home Center News;9/23/96, Vol. 22 Issue 18, p6
Focuses on the changes in format and merchandise mix implemented by Eagle Hardware & Garden in its Wenatchee, Washington store. Features of the store's yard; Business hours; Warehouse innovations.


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