Heads up Arizona! Harbor Freight is pleased to announce our newest store located in the Avondale Plaza Shopping Center at 1450 N. Dysart Road in the city of Avondale.
"We're thrilled to open the 10th Harbor Freight Tools store in the state of Arizona, and proud to be a member of the Avondale community,” said Eric Smidt, President of Harbor Freight Tools. “Our customers can always count on finding the largest selection of quality tools at ridiculously low prices, and know they will always get the best value for their money. In today's cost-conscious times, Harbor Freight offers a necessary alternative to the 'big box' retailers that push high-priced brands with little attention paid to customer needs and service."
On Wednesday, April 18th, doors open at 8:00 a.m. for Harbor Freight Avondale’s special Grand Opening Sale, with select merchandise discounted as much as 80 percent. At 11:00 a.m., a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce will also be held.
"The Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce is proud to count Harbor Freight Tools as a member," said Sharolyn Hohman, Chamber President/CEO. "We look forward to seeing the positive impact they will make in the business community and wish them much success in their new location in Avondale."
Harbor Freight's new store in Danvers, Massachusetts, celebrated its recent grand opening with a donation of more than $1000.00 in heavy duty power tools, hand tools, and much-needed supplies to Essex Agricultural and Technical High School - also known as "Essex Aggie." The donation will help students in the school’s Landscape and Arboriculture program, which focuses on landscape design and construction, arboriculture, and small engine repair. Students also develop basic skills in arboriculture and urban forestry. The official ribbon-cutting ceremony was hosted by the North Shore Chamber of Commerce and the ribbon was cut with One Stop Gardens garden shears (Item #96849) by Essex Aggie students Lizzy Archer and Drew Bissell.
Standing, from l to r: Bob Kimball, District Manager for Harbor Freight Tools; Al Goldstein, Manager of Harbor Freight Tools in Danvers; Danielle Brazill, Director of Member Services for the North Shore Chamber of Commerce; Lizzy Archer, landscaping/arboriculture student at Essex Aggie; Roger Bourgeois, Superintendent-Director of Essex Aggie; Drew Bissell, landscaping/arboriculture student at Essex Aggie; Bob Bradford, President of the North Shore Chamber of Commerce; Steve Noble, Plant Science Dept. Head at Essex Aggie.