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Ground Breaking for Tractor Supply Distribution Facility

Left to right: Christine Nelson Vice President, Project Management, Site Strategy, Brad Anderson Project Manager, H&M architects, Bob DeHoff DeHoff Development/Stark Board of Trade, Dan DeHoff DeHoff Development, Mick Heckman Tractor Supply, Colin Yankee Chief Supply Chain Officer, Clay Jackson VP Supply Chain Planning, Tractor Supply, Tom Guschke Director Logistics, Engineering, Tractor Supply, Commissioner Bill Smith, Navarre Mayor Robert Benson, Mark Samolczyk President of Stark Community Foundation/Stark Board of Trade, Mark Frank, DeHoff Development (Courtesy TeamNEO)

NAVARRE, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – Initial construction work is beginning for the Tractor Supply distribution center in Navarre.

Ground was broken Wednesday at the site along Sterilite Street SE.

President and CEO of the Stark Economic Development Board Ray Hexamer says the Tennessee-based company could have chosen several other locations, but they wanted to come here.

The 900,000 square foot building will employ 375 people and service over 250 stores in the region once it opens next Fall.

The distribution center will have an annual payroll of $14 million; and that doesn’t include the jobs associated with the $70 million construction project.

It’s the second project at the former County Farm, with Hendrickson now up and running there.


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