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Tractor Supply Company celebrates grand opening in Pine River

Weekend event included freebies and a chance at a $100 gift card

Tractor Supply Company ribbon cutting
From left, Pine River Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Michaela Reed, Pine River Tractor Supply Company Store Manager Lohna Wilkinson and Pine River Mayor Tamara Hansen celebrated the long-awaited opening of the Tractor Supply Company store in Pine River on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022, with a ribbon cutting. Customers who attended the weekend grand opening event received free hats and gift cards with random amounts from $5 to $100.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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PINE RIVER — Pine River Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Michaela Reed, Pine River Tractor Supply Company Store Manager Lohna Wilkinson and Pine River Mayor Tamara Hansen celebrated the long-awaited opening of the Tractor Supply Company store in Pine River on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022, with a ribbon cutting.

Building off Highway 371 has been the talk of the town since ALCO's closing in 2014

Customers who attended the weekend grand opening event received free hats and gift cards with random amounts from $5 to $100.

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