In Hawaii, City Mill names new chief merchant
Honolulu-based City Mill Company named Ron De Leon as general merchandising manager, responsible for all merchandise sold at the eight-store home improvement company.
De Leon is a former merchant at All American Home Center in California.
“We are very happy to have Ron join the City Mill family," said Steven Ai, City Mill president and CEO, describing De Leon with the terms "high energy, strong experience and deep knowledge." De Leon will be part of the senior management team overseeing all aspects of the merchandising department and will be responsible for planning, implementing and directing all merchandising policies and programs within City Mill.
City Mill Co. is a 112-year-old Hawaii-based company that was founded as a rice and lumber mill.
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National Ace Hardware location closing
National Ace Hardware is closing its store at 3555 S. Howell Ave in Milwaukee, according to an article in the Journal Sentinel.
A developer recently bought the building from National and plans to open a Dollar Tree in the 14,000-sq.-ft. space.
All nine employees of the store have been offered jobs at National’s other two stores.
The location wasn’t doing as well as the other larger stores, according to co-owner Bill Rotter.
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Aubuchon Hardware donates $25,000 to hurricane cleanup project
Getting rid of mobile homes damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Irene is a costly impediment for many low-income households wanting to start over. But a public-private partnership spearheaded by Vermont state officials got a $25,000 infusion from Aubuchon Hardware, a northeastern chain of 130-plus hardware stores.
Marcus Moran Jr., Aubuchon president and CEO, presented the donation to Lt. Governor Scott and Lawrence Miller, Secretary of Commerce and Community Development, in a ceremony on Oct. 3. Aubuchon has 25 stores located in Vermont, according to the company’s website.
Typical disposal costs for mobile homes can run upwards of $3,500, particularly for older units. Vermont government officials were able to reduce this cost by requesting bulk pricing proposals from Vermont contracting firms for demolition, sorting, recycling and hauling of homes in the state’s dozen mobile home parks affected by the flooding. Under a special deal, the total disposal cost for each individual mobile homeowner will be $1,500.
Aubuchon’s donation went to the Vermont Community Foundation, which has agreed to act as fiscal agent for the mobile home removal project.
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