Conversion Stories: Big Star Ace Hardware

“I’ve worked with all three of the large hardware co-ops: Do it Best, True Value and Ace. When I looked at the pros and cons of each co-op, I strongly felt that Ace was the best fit for my recipe of a hardware store in more ways than one. The biggest impact for me, by far, is the lower cost of goods that allowed us to achieve the margin I’ve been working toward for many years. And the Ace brand itself has truly been a game changer; the advertising and the Best Brands made my store more of a destination rather than just a convenient place to make small purchases.”

-Brennan Jeffers, Owner

Featured Stories

Ace Heartware: Second Chances

  In life, making mistakes is inevitable; however, it is not the mistakes that define us but the lessons we learn and the choices we make in response to those…
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Ace Hardware Reports Record Second Quarter 2020 Results

• Record second quarter revenues of $2.28 billion, an increase of 35.1 percent from last year • U.S. same-store-sales up 35.3 percent; Acehardware.com revenues up 493 percent • Record second…
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Archived Stories

Ace Hardware reports second quarter 2017 results

– Record revenues of $1.5 billion, an increase of 4.6 percent from last year – Net income, including one-time pre-tax charges of $7.8 million for our warehouse reconfiguration to support…
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Backed by Visa, Ace steps up its rewards

October 3, 2010 | By Ken Clark The ability to bring instant credit to the sales floor of Ace Hardware stores is seen as a powerful new sales tool for…
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Boulder’s McGuckin dropping ties to True Value for Ace

McGuckin Hardware is ending its 30-year partnership with the True Value co-op as of Dec. 31, 2016, and will start buying from the Ace Hardware co-op as of Jan. 1,…
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