Tractor Supply Celebrates New White House Store Location With Live Music, Holiday Festivities And $ 20,000 In Donations
A new Tractor Supply store opened before Christmas at the White House.
The rural lifestyle retailer gave guests a performance by the local band, Eli and Friends, and holiday-themed festivities, including ornamental paintings, photos with Santa Claus and free treats from Tiny Little Donuts and Nashville Coffee Cart on December 4.
Key executives in attendance included Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, US Senator Bill Hagerty, White House Mayor Mike Arnold and Tractor Supply CEO Hal Lawton – who unconventionally cut a fence with a chainsaw as alternative to cutting tape.
The Sumner County Humane Society was also on hand to help the animals find forever homes, according to an earlier press release.
During the event, the national retailer announced its commitment to serving the community through donations of $ 20,000 to 10 community organizations, including Friends of the White House Library, Christmas for the Children, Safe Harbor Sanctuary, Humane Society of Sumner County, White House Heritage High School FFA, White House High School FFA, Robertson County 4-H, Sumner County 4-H, Women Veterans of America Chapter 20 (Nashville) and Stars for Stripes.
Serving the needs of homeowners, livestock and pet owners, gardeners and more, the White House Tractor Supply site will feature a wide range of products, including horse and pet supplies, supplies for lawn and garden, power tools and more from top brands like Carhartt, Bosch and others.
The newly opened store will feature a garden center offering products beyond Tractor Supply’s traditional gardening basics, including a variety of annuals, perennials, shrubs, decorative plants, fruit trees, herbs and vegetables.
Another fun feature of the store, the Pet Wash Station, allows customers to treat their four-legged friends with a head-to-tail bath with professional grade grooming equipment and products for under $ 10. $.
The White House Tractor Supply Store, located at 2901 Highway 31 W, will be open Monday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday.
To learn more about Tractor Supply Company, visit TractorSupply.com.
Katie Nixon can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (615) 517-1285.