Bill Cosulich

RONA celebrated the opening of its new store in Vanderhoof

grand opening of the RONA Vanderhoof located at 1169, Industrial Drive, Vanderhoof, BC on Saturday, September 15.

RONA inc., the largest Canadian distributor and retailer of hardware, renovation and gardening products, celebrated the grand opening of the RONA Vanderhoof located at 1169, Industrial Drive, Vanderhoof, BC on Saturday, September 15.

“We believe the store to be perfectly suited for the needs of our community. With our staff’s expertise and dedication to servicing, a great selection of products in key categories and access to RONA’s nationwide product selection, our clients can find the solutions to help them realize their home improvement projects,” said Rex Millard, co-owner of the store with Randy Unruh.

The RONA Vanderhoof is consistent with RONA’s strategy of bringing service closer to its customers. It offers 8,800 square feet retail space, 13,500 different products in stock, and access to over 30,000 items available on rona.ca.

“We are proud of this new addition to our already extensive network of stores across BC,” added Bill Cosulich, Regional Operations Manager at RONA.

 

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