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Rural King is a farm supply store based in Illinois.
All about Rural King
Rural King is a chain of farm supply stores that's based out of Illinois. There are 88 Rural King locations srpead out in a few U.S. states: Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Virginia. If you need something to help your farm run, the echances are good you'll be able to find it here. Their range of prodcuts includes work outfits (clothing and footwear), pet and horse supplies, parts for trailers and tractors, tools, sprinkler systems, garden supplies, lawnmowers, power tools, and lots more.
There are lots of different ways you can save money at Rural King. On their official website, ruralking.com, gives you an offer to sign up for their newsletter to get access to exclusive deals, alerts about sales and coupons, and free products that only subscribers get. You can also shop their sales and coupons section, as well as view the current Rural King weekly ad. Don't forget to add them to your favorites stores here on Tiendeo either!
The history of Rural King
Rural King was founded in 1960 by two men, Keith Beaird and Kermit Spear. They only had two other employees at the time, but within three years they were expanding the store's square footage. In the early 1960s, they started adding new stores and growing their line of stores. Today, there are 85 Rural King locations.
Rural King's blog teaches you everything you need to know about their products
If you're shopping at Rural King, you'll probably notice that they have a nearly astonishing array of products. They sell so much different stuff that you might know what to do with it, even if you're an experienced farm owner. That's why Rural King shares lots of tips for how you can use their products on their official blog.
For instance, they have a post about how their 24 LED light bar can be used for both farmers and hunters. The bar has different flash patterns for different needs, and is easy to install and hook up to a vehicle's power supply.
They also have some well-timed posts for seasonal information, such as an entry about how you can use their fruit fly trap to get rid of the summertime pests easily and quickly that they posted in mid June.