Crews worked inside an Olive Avenue building on Friday to prepare for Harbor Freight Tools, which is set to open March 25, according to a company spokesman. The store, which sells industrial tools and supplies, will fill the 12,198-square-foot space.
Crews worked inside an Olive Avenue building on Friday to prepare for Harbor Freight Tools, which is set to open March 25, according to a company spokesman. The store, which sells industrial tools and supplies, will fill the 12,198-square-foot space. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
Crews worked inside an Olive Avenue building on Friday to prepare for Harbor Freight Tools, which is set to open March 25, according to a company spokesman. The store, which sells industrial tools and supplies, will fill the 12,198-square-foot space. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

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