CNRG Buys Mississippi Chain

Central Network Retail Group is buying HomeFront Home Improvement Centers in Greenwood and Winona, Ms., from partners Brian Waldrop, Ron “Rut” Ussery, Richie Fulgham, and Fred Carl, Jr.

HomeFront will be rebranded and operate as part of CNRG’s Home Hardware Center brand, which now operates 23 stores in four states. Overall, CNRG has 141 locations under various brands in 16 states.

“I am excited about the future of this store with CNRG and Home Hardware Center serving the Mississippi delta region,” Fulgham said. “Home Hardware Center and HomeFront are a great fit. We both have the same ideas and standards when it comes to how we treat our employees and customers. I am comfortable knowing this business will continue to successfully support the community for many more years, and I am personally very excited about continuing to work in the business going forward.”

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