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April 13 12:33 PM

Tractor Supply Company Invites Customers to 'Try Before You Buy'

Rural lifestyle retailer hosting weekend product demonstrations

Shreveport, LA – Tractor Supply Company is inviting customers of the Shreveport store to stop by on Saturday, April 14 from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., to test a variety of power equipment products and enjoy other activites.

"Our goal is to ensure that every customer purchasing a piece of power equipment from our store walks out with a stronger knowledge of how to use it," said Jason Malone, manager of the Shreveport Tractor Supply store. "At Tractor Supply, we are not only here for your rural lifestyle needs, but also to provide you with the advice and expertise that goes along with it."

When it comes to the Shreveport community’s farmers, livestock and pet owners, ranchers, part-time and hobby farmers, gardeners, homeowners and tradesmen, Tractor Supply can be considered a one-stop-shop. Items including workwear and boots, equine and pet supplies, tractor and trailer parts and accessories, lawn and garden supplies, sprinkler and irrigation parts, power tools, fencing, welding and pump supplies, riding mowers and more can be found at the Shreveport store.

This event is open to the public and will take place at 9620 Mansfield Road. For more information, please contact the Shreveport Tractor Supply store at 318-682-3882.

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