True Value releases new 2-in-1 paint
True Value has announced the introduction of a 2-in-1 — paint plus primer — paint called EasyCare Platinum. The new paint promises a one-coat solution to painting projects because it eliminates the need for a primer.
EasyCare Platinum will be available in all the colors offered in the Chicago co-op’s EasyCare line, including Flat Enamel, Satin and Semi-Gloss finishes. EasyCare Platinum is mildew-resistant and backed by a lifetime warranty.
"As more and more people tackle home improvements on their own, we’re constantly looking for ways to help them spend less time and money to get the job done right," said Anh Gibson, True Value brand manager. "New EasyCare Platinum is the perfect balance — it offers all of the benefits of a paint and primer in one, and it cuts the time and resources required for do-it-yourself paint projects in half so they can focus on other projects."
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Mark Baker to head OSH
Orchard Supply Hardware has named retail veteran Mark Baker as its new president and CEO. Baker will replace Robert Lynch, who left last December to take a job as president and chief operating officer at Lumber Liquidators.
Before joining Orchard Supply Hardware, Baker served as president and chief operating officer for Scotts Miracle-Gro. Previously, Baker served in a variety of senior roles at Home Depot during his seven years there, including executive VP merchandising. In addition, he was CEO of the Gander Mountain Co., an outdoor retailer, and has held senior leadership roles at Scotty’s Inc. and Homebase, Inc.
Orchard Supply Hardware is an 89-unit chain of home improvement stores and garden centers throughout California.
A few weeks ago, we saw Mark
A few weeks ago, we saw Mark introduce Craig Menear as the City of Hope Spirit of Life winner. Now they'll be competing in California.
Great move for Mark and a
Great move for Mark and a greater move for Orchard Supply.
Elliott’s Hardware moving to smaller Dallas site
Elliott’s Hardware is downsizing in Dallas but staying in the same neighborhood, according to an article in the Dallas Morning News.
The three-unit Texas chain, which sold its flagship Dallas store to Kroger supermarkets last year, has decided to relocate to another, smaller building in the Love Field area in late April. The change in footprint — from 55,000 sq. ft. to 13,000 sq. ft. — will require the hardware retailer to eliminate some departments and reduce the size of others, such as power tools and housewares.
A grand opening is planned for May. Elliott’s also operates stores in Mesquite and Plano.
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