Participating Ace Hardware Stores Host One-Day Bucket Promotion For Children’s Hospital At Erlanger

Monday, August 11, 2014

Eighteen regional Ace Hardware stores in Georgia and Tennessee will participate in one-day bucket promotion on Saturday to raise money and support T.C. Thompson Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. 

Customers who make a $5 donation at participating Ace Hardware stores on Saturday will receive a limited edition five-gallon bucket and 20% off* most everything that fits in the bucket. All donations will directly benefit children who receive medical care at Children’s Hospital at Erlanger, one of the 170 hospitals supported by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

The bucket promotion is part of Ace Hardware’s Block Party Event, which takes place at participating Ace Hardware stores Friday through Sunday.

“There could not be a better time to partner with Ace Hardware than now,” said Rebecca Brinkley, Children’s Hospital Foundation and CMN Hospitals coordinator.  “As the summer days are coming to an end, people are beginning to focus on fall projects.  We hope the residents in our communities will take advantage of this sale to not only purchase items for those projects, but to also lend a helpful hand in supporting the children who need medical treatment every day at the region’s only children’s hospital.” 

"Ace Hardware has been a proud partner of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals since 1991. Thanks to the generosity of Ace customers, retailers, vendors and team members, together Ace has raised more than $59 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals across the country," officials stated.

“Ace is committed to being the Helpful Place in each community we serve, and part of that means giving back,” said Jimmy Alexander, president, Ace Hardware Foundation. “We’re proud to help make miracles happen for children in need and to provide support for the entire family.”

“Our friends at Ace Foundation have been a committed and valued partner in our vision to save the lives of as many children as possible,” said John Lauck, president and CEO of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. “The funds raised through this bucket promotion will go directly to pay for life-saving medical treatment for sick and injured kids across the country.”

The following is a list of Ace Hardware Stores in Tennessee and Georgia participating in the $5 Bucket Promotion. 

ACE HARDWARE OF DALLAS BAY
 8531 HIXSON PIKE
 HIXSON
 
ACE HARDWARE OF BRAINERD
 5906 LEE HWY
 CHATTANOOGA
 
ACE HARDWARE & BUILDING CENTER
 OLD HWY 76 EAST
 BLUE RIDGE
 
ACE HARDWARE OF DAYTON BLVD
 1870 DAYTON BLVD
 CHATTANOOGA
 
ACE HARDWARE OF LAFAYETTE INC
 512 S MAIN ST
 LA FAYETTE
 
ACE HARDWARE OF RINGGOLD
 100 HELPFUL PL
 RINGGOLD
 
ACE HARDWARE
 112 S 2ND AVE
 CHATSWORTH
 
ACE HARDWARE OF CLEVELAND
 990 25TH ST NW
 CLEVELAND

 
ACE HARDWARE OF LOOKOUT
 3712 CUMMINGS HWY
 CHATTANOOGA
 
ACE HARDWARE OF SOUTHSIDE
 2700 BROAD ST
 CHATTANOOGA
 
ACE HARDWARE OF CHICKAMAUGA
 36 GEN BUSHROD JOHNSON AV
 CHICKAMAUGA, GA
 
MASSENGILL ACE HARDWARE
 6056 HIGHWAY 411
 BENTON
 
ACE HARDWARE OF OOLTEWAH
 9231 LEE HWY
 OOLTEWAH
 
ACE HARDWARE OF EAST BRAINERD
 8164 E BRAINERD RD
 CHATTANOOGA
 
FARLEY'S ACE HARDWARE & BUILDING
 16414 RANKIN AVE
 DUNLAP, TN
 
ACE HARDWARE OF WALDEN INC
 2000 TAFT HWY
 SIGNAL MOUNTAIN
 
ACE HARDWARE OF CHATTANOOGA
 4921 HIGHWAY 58
 CHATTANOOGA
 
ACE HARDWARE OF EAST RIDGE
 3502 RINGGOLD RD
 CHATTANOOGA
 

*Disclaimer:

Power tools and small appliances qualify for a 10% discount. Offer valid August 16, 2014, only. Discount applies to the regular price of in-stock merchandise that can fit inside the bucket at one time. Merchandise placed in the bucket must remain in its original packaging. Not valid on grills, lumber and building materials, fuel, bagged fertilizer, sale and clearance priced merchandise, online purchases, rental, in-store services, Ace gift cards, city stickers, outdoor power equipment, previously purchased merchandise, Weber branded products, Stihl and other items that each participating store may designate, or in conjunction with any other coupon, excluding Ace Rewards. Discount does not apply to phone orders, special orders or store charge accounts. No rain checks will be given. LIMIT ONE BUCKET AND ONE OFFER REDEMPTION PER CUSTOMER. Offer good at participating Ace stores located in the USA except where prohibited or otherwise restricted by law.

 


Drunk Driving Charge Reinstated By State Supreme Court After Finding That Police Acted Reasonably

The Tennessee Supreme Court has reinstated charges of driving under the influence and violating the open container law against Williamson County resident Mechelle Montgomery in an opinion that restores evidence gained during a search. In February of 2012, two officers with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the residence of a woman named Corey Brown, who ... (click for more)

State Supreme Court Rules That Employee Does Not Qualify As Whistleblower

The Tennessee Supreme Court has affirmed the dismissal of a whistleblower claim by Charles Haynes, a former employee of Formac Stables, Inc., in Obion County. Mr. Haynes worked as a groom at Formac Stables. In April of 2010, hesuffered an injury to the head when kicked by a Tennessee Walking Horse named “Bruce Pearl.” Mr. Haynes claimed that Formac’s owner refused to allow him ... (click for more)

Hard Freeze Predicted In The Area For Saturday Night

Temperatures are expected to drop Saturday night to 28 degrees or less. Here is the latest report from the National Weather Service:  HARD FREEZE WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT EDT /11 PM CDT/ TONIGHT TO 11 AM EDT /10 AM CDT/ SUNDAY... * EVENT... A HARD FREEZE EXPECTED WITH LOWS FROM THE TEENS NORTH TO THE UPPER 20S SOUTH LATE TONIGHT AND SUNDAY MORNING. ... (click for more)

Man Charged In Shooting On Sixth Avenue Had Been Shot Himself Last Week; Police Say Incident "Part Of Gang War"

A man charged with attempted first-degree murder on Sixth Avenue Court on Thursday afternoon was shot himself earlier this month. O'Shae Kadaris Smith, 20, of 2114 E. 12th St., is also charged with reckless endangerment, aggravated assault and possessing a firearm during the commission of a crime. He was one of two people shot on Rawlings Street on March 16. Kendre Allen, ... (click for more)

Finley Stadium Needs To Grow Up - And Response

RE:  Finley Stadium Financial Picture Rosy; Beer And Alcohol Sales Approved; AstroTurf Almost Ready and City, County Pitching In $250,000 Each For New Finley Stadium AstroTurf I read a story here five days ago about a rosy future for Finley stadium. It lead me to believe that the stadium was making money and even improvements with donations.  Then we get a short ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Sunday Funnies

They say March roars in like a lion and leaves like a lamb. So as you reach for your lambs-wool sweater on this last Sunday of the month, allow me to lighten up a bit with a new edition of my Sunday Funnies. I have a delightful crowd that keeps me supplied in jokes and these are some of the best that have come my way: A WOMAN'S PERFECT BREAKFAST -- She's sitting at the table ... (click for more)