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  2. Menards - Wikipedia

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    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 ...

  3. John Menard Jr. - Wikipedia

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    John Robert Menard Jr. (born January 22, 1940) is an American billionaire businessman, and the founder and owner of Menards, a Midwestern chain of home improvement stores. He is a former INDYCAR racing team owner, and the father of former NASCAR Cup Series driver Paul Menard.

  4. The Home Depot - Wikipedia

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    In 1989, The Home Depot became the largest home improvement store in the United States, surpassing Lowe's. In the 1990s The Home Depot searched for ways to redefine its marketplace. An installation program for quality home improvement items, such as windows or carpets, was launched in 1991 called the EXPO with success.

  5. Lowe's - Wikipedia

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    Trading as Masters Home Improvement, the first store opened in Braybrook, Victoria to tradesmen on August 31, 2011, and the general public on Masters was a joint venture between Lowe's and Woolworths to compete against the Wesfarmers owned Bunnings Warehouse, which operates in the large bigbox format similar to Lowe's and Home Depot.

  6. Hardware store - Wikipedia

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    Hardware stores (in a number of countries, "shops"), sometimes known as DIY stores, sell household hardware for home improvement including: fasteners, building materials, hand tools, power tools, keys, locks, hinges, chains, plumbing supplies, electrical supplies, cleaning products, housewares, tools, utensils, paint, and lawn and garden products directly to consumers for use at home or for ...

  7. List of largest retail companies - Wikipedia

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    Department Store/Home Improvement 17,294 3,939 Australia, Perth: 58 Gap Inc. Apparel/Footwear Specialty 16,580 1,003 United States, San Francisco: 59 Lotte Shopping: Discount Store 16,180 −422 South Korea, Seoul: 60 Rite Aid: Drug Store/Pharmacy 15,757 −422 United States, Camp Hill: 61 Kingfisher plc: Home improvement 15,487 289

  8. Ace Hardware - Wikipedia

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    Home improvement expert Lou Manfredini serves as Ace's "Helpful Hardware Man" and media spokesman. International operations. In 1990, Ace created a separate division known as Ace International and over the following 20 years, established a presence throughout Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America, and Middle East regions.

  9. Builders Square - Wikipedia

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    Builders Square was a big-box home improvement retailer headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. A subsidiary of Kmart, its format was quite similar to The Home Depot, Menards, and Lowe's with floor space of about 100,000 square feet (9,300 m 2), and inventories in excess of 35,000 different items.