Kingman Tractor Supply Co. opening set for Saturday
Tractor Supply will employ a dozen or more in Kingman
KINGMAN - Potential customers peered through the locked glass doors at Tractor Supply Company recently as workers readied the store for its soft opening
Tractor Supply Company, the latest store in Frontier Crossing at the southeast corner of I-40 and Stockton Hill Road, will open to the public at 8 a.m. The 25,898-square-foot store joins 99 Cent Only and Sears Hometown as part of the tenant lineup for the newly renovated shopping center being jointly developed by Accelerated Development Services and Wadsworth Development.
"Tractor Supply will be a great complement to our shopping center," said Dave Cheatham, president of Accelerated Development Services. "99 Cent Only and Sears Hometown opened in July and both stores have exceeded their sales expectations. We expect the same level of success with Tractor Supply."
This will be the seventh Tractor Supply Company store in Arizona. The publicly traded company has more than 1,245 stores in 48 states, with most located in rural communities or in the outlying areas of larger cities. The stores carry products needed to maintain farms, ranches, homes and animals. Each store team includes welders, farmers and horse owners to provide a wide array of information to their customers.
At the Kingman store, workers scurried last week to stock shelves and arrange displays. Store sections include pets, birds and farm animals, farm parts and supplies, hardware and paint, truck and trailer, welding and tools, fencing, clothes and boots, gun safes and generators.
"As a growth-minded company, Tractor Supply Company is always looking for potential new store locations that are a good fit as far as the target market is concerned," said Rob Hoskins, spokesman for TSC, which is headquartered in Brentwood, Tenn. "Concerning the location in Kingman, this is especially true in that the area was attractive due to the part-time and hobby farmers and the horse owners in the area."
Hoskins said TSC products include lawn and garden equipment, as well as animal care products that service the needs of these customers. The Kingman store will employ between 12 and 17 full- and part-time team members at the location, added Hoskins.
Currently, Frontier Crossing has 25,000 square feet of space remaining to be leased. Discussions are under way between potential retailers and the leasing team of Velocity Retail Group in Phoenix.
For more information, visit tractorsupply.com