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  2. Menards - Wikipedia

    Menards is an American home improvement retail company headquartered in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Menards is owned by founder John Menard Jr. through his privately held company, Menard, Inc. The company has 335 stores in 15 states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota ...

  3. Deals worth the wait: Menards' fit-in-a-bag sale - AOL

    The stores nearly always had exactly what I needed. Menards has become known for a promotion called the "Fit in a bag sale." It sends full-sized grocery bags out with a sales flier. Shoppers can ...

  4. Team Menard - Wikipedia

    Team Menard was an auto racing team in the NASCAR Cup Series, Indianapolis 500 and Indy Racing League owned by John Menard, Jr. From 1991 to 1996 they modified their own Buick V6 engines for racing. This combination won pole for the 500 with Scott Brayton in 1995 and 1996; Tony Stewart used this combination for the first part of his 1996-1997 ...

  5. Menard - Wikipedia

    Other uses. Menard (surname) "Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote", short story by Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges. Pierre Menard (fictional character), a fictional writer in the story.

  6. Menard, Texas - Wikipedia,_Texas

    Menard is located at. WikiMiniAtlas. 30°55′10″N 99°47′4″W. /  30.91944°N 99.78444°W  / 30.91944; -99.78444. (30.919519, –99.784446). It is situated along the banks of the San Saba River at the junction of U.S. Highways 83 and 190, about 140 miles northwest of Austin and San Antonio in central Menard County.

  7. Ménard - Wikipediaénard

    Ménard. Ménard is a French surname. Notable people with the surname include: André Ménard, Governor General in the French colonial empire. Antoine Ménard, dit Lafontaine (1744–1825), building contractor and politician in Lower Canada. Christian Ménard (born 1946), member of the National Assembly of France. Claude Ménard (athlete) (1906 ...

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