On this date, a new Tractor Supply store will open on the site of a former Kmart.


On this date, a new Tractor Supply store will open on the site of a former Kmart store.

On the site of a former Kmart in Cumberland County, Tractor Supply will open in just one day.

The store will open on Saturday at 495 N Enola Road in East Pennsboro Township, in the Summerdale Plaza shopping center.

Animal feed, pet food and supplies, and propane will all be available, as well as fencing, garden supplies, home supplies, propane tanks, cleaning supplies, gloves, trash bags, and certain food items.

Customers can also order products online and pick them up in the store or via contactless curbside delivery.

The store’s manager, Ted Berencz, is in charge.

Tractor Supply will be open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Today is Sunday.

Around 15 people, both full-time and part-time, will be employed at the store.

The company operated 1,967 Tractor Supply stores in 49 states as of September 25, including stores in Harrisburg, Carlisle, Newport, Dillsburg, and Elizabethville.

In 2015, a Tractor Supply store opened in Howe Township, Perry County, near Newport.

Tractor Supply opened its first store in Minot, North Dakota, in 1938.

Tractor Supply Company also owns and operates 170 Petsense locations.

In Summerdale Plaza, next to Tractor Supply, an AutoZone store has already opened on the former Kmart site.

A PennDOT Driver’s License Center is the anchor of the shopping center, which also includes Rite Aid, Dollar Tree, and Al’s Pizza and Pub, among other tenants.

In January, the center welcomed a Family Dollar store.

The shopping center is owned by Willner Realty and Development Co.

In 2018, the former Kmart store closed.

In recent years, the midstate has seen a number of former Kmart stores redeveloped.

With the exception of 3,700 square feet of space available at the Kmart in Derry Township, this is the last of the five former Kmart stores in the Harrisburg, Hershey, Carlisle, Enola, and Mechanicsburg areas to be redeveloped.

Two Kmart stores in Lancaster and Luzerne County closed earlier this year, leaving the state with no Kmart stores.

–Industry News

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