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Building North and South of Las Vegas

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HaroldHill
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The Las Vegas airport has sprouted its second new building, this one on the site of the old terminal. It is another steel building. Anyone know the source of funding for all this construction.

Coming back to town on CR-23 from the Wildlife Refuge, one can see a large frame building going up to the southwest near i-25. Maybe the new slaughter house?

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Coming to North Seventh Street?

Is Tractor Supply Company, the largest retail farm and ranch store chain in the United States, coming to North Seventh Street? The company operates over 1,150 retail stores in 45 states, employs more than 17,000 team members and is headquartered in Brentwood, Tenn. Its stock is traded on the NASDAQ exchange under the symbol “TSCO.” The closest is in Edgewood, NM.

From the Company web site:

The company was founded in 1938 as a mail order catalog business offering tractor parts to America’s family farmers. Today Tractor Supply is a leading edge retailer with revenues of approximately $4 billion.

Tractor Supply stores are primarily located in rural areas and the outlying suburbs of major cities. The typical Tractor Supply store has 15,000-24,000 square feet of inside selling space with a similar amount of outside space used to display agricultural fencing, livestock equipment and horse stalls.

Stores supply the unique products to support their customers’ rural lifestyle, from welders and generators to animal care products and men and women’s workwear. You can also find pet supplies, animal feed, power tools, riding mowers, lawn and garden products and more. Each store team includes welders, farmers and horse owners who collectively provide an exceptional depth of knowledge and resources.

Tractor Supply is committed to understanding and fulfilling the needs of those who enjoy the rural lifestyle: folks who frequently describe themselves as hobby farmers and hobby ranchers. It is estimated that the “hobby” or “pleasure” farmer consumer segment spends more than $5.5 billion annually on farm supplies. Today less than 10 percent of the company’s customers classify themselves as full-time farmers or ranchers. In fact, Tractor Supply’s largest customer segment does not farm at all. They are more aptly described as rural or suburban homeowners, or “self-reliants.” When asked, customers often describe Tractor Supply as “a store you can trust.”