Ace Hardware to Hire 30,000 Employees to Ensure Communities Stay Afloat

Ace Hardware and its retailers plan to hire over 30,000 more people to help the communities they are rooted in in their time of greatest need. Full-time, part-time and seasonal positions are available at their support centers and more than 4,300 stores across the U.S. Those interested can go to or text AceStoreJobs to 242424 for more information.
Ace Hardware is also considered an essential business, so they remain open while many other stores have been forced to close. Also, according to this Ace Hardware press release, 75 percent of people in the United States live within 15 minutes of an Ace Hardware store, so many who might need a position due to losing their job have an available retailer.
"When a 'Help Wanted' sign hangs in the window of a local Ace store, it means way more than just, 'we're hiring.' It means we are further serving our neighbors. For 95 years we believe we've been blessed to be in the business of serving others," said John Venhuizen in an Ace Hardware press release, President and CEO of Ace Hardware Corporation. "Over these 95 years, our local owners have weathered their community through a crisis or two and these 'red-vested heroes' stand ready to do it again. We feel fortunate that we are able to provide employment opportunities for those who may be looking for work, with our growing need for more helpful associates."
Ace Hardware has also made the health and safety of its associates and customers a priority by following with all of the CDC guidelines about social distancing. Customers of the store can also buy their items online at the company’s website and choose curbside pickup or delivery from their local store. Ace Hardware has also said on their website that they are working with their suppliers to stock the high-demand items like cleaning products, hand sanitizers and other items families need to remain safe in this time of crisis. Ace Hardware says to use the Store Locator tool to find out more information about what the store closest to you is doing.
“From my family, we offer our deepest sympathies to those who have already been affected,” Tim Cable, the owner of an Ace Hardware store, said on Ace Hardware’s website. “Your local Ace is here to serve you. Our sole purpose is simple - we exist to help others and we are committed to supporting our community in this time of need.”

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