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« on: August 03, 2017, 03:12:08 PM »

Yes, this is actually the name of a local home center chain with 16 stores
in the PA-OH-WV tri-state area.

http://www.busybeaver.com/

There is one close to where I live, so I am in there all the time.  It was recently remodeled.
It is sort of a smaller, low-rent Home Depot. (when I lived in Michigan there was a chain
called Handy Andy's which had a very similar look and feel).  The store where I shop was
at one time a roller rink.

None of their female employees look too thrilled about having to wear smocks and
shirts that say "Busy Beaver" while they are at work all day though.
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« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2017, 06:43:19 AM »

Yes, this is actually the name of a local home center chain with 16 stores
in the PA-OH-WV tri-state area.

http://www.busybeaver.com/

There is one close to where I live, so I am in there all the time.  It was recently remodeled.
It is sort of a smaller, low-rent Home Depot. (when I lived in Michigan there was a chain
called Handy Andy's which had a very similar look and feel).  The store where I shop was
at one time a roller rink.

None of their female employees look too thrilled about having to wear smocks and
shirts that say "Busy Beaver" while they are at work all day though.

Interesting...I hope they'll survive...we need local chains....
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