Martin Hardware to close for good on Saturday, May 18
Posted: 05/14/2013 at 11:31 am
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Martin Hardware in Nappanee is closed on Wednesday, March 27, in preparation for a going-out-of-business sale which is set for Thursday, March 28. The business has been a staple of downtown Nappanee since 1958. (Truth Photo By Bill Beck) ¬
NAPPANEE — The nuts and bolts of Martin Hardware will be gone by Saturday, May 18.
The long-time downtown Nappanee store, which announced in late March that it was ending its 55-year run, will close its doors for good. Saturday’s hours will be 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
“We’ve still got lots of bolts, nuts ... full boxes,’’ said store owner Denny Martin. “A lot of rope, lots of Key brand clothing.’’
In this final week, everything in the store is marked at 60 percent off. No further markdowns are expected.
Martin also said that no lawnmowers are left but that there are factory-cost prices on three models of Toro snowblowers ranging from $310 to $480. Original costs ranged from $399.99 to $629.99.
The store’s purchase points game will end on Friday at 3 p.m.