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Frattallone's Ace Hardware to open 18th store

The Arden Hills-based hardware chain plans to open its newest location in St. Louis Park next month. CEO Larry Frattallone told the Business Journal the company is taking over the spot left vacant when Jerry's Hardware & Rental closed December 5. This past winter, Frattallone's also opened a 21,000-square-foot store in Burnsville and doubled the size of its Woodbury location.
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The Arden Hills-based hardware chain plans to open its newest location in St. Louis Park next month. CEO Larry Frattallone told the Business Journal the company is taking over the spot left vacant when Jerry's Hardware & Rental closed December 5. This past winter, Frattallone's also opened a 21,000-square-foot store in Burnsville and doubled the size of its Woodbury location.

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