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Hornbacher’s Market was founded in 1951 by Ted Hornbacher and Jim Custer, originally under the name of Ted’s SUPERVALU, in Moorhead, Minnesota.  The company operates a chain of grocery and convenience stores, mainly in North Dakota.

As of 1990, the company operates as a subsidiary of SuperValu, Inc. Currently, the company boasts 10 locations, several with attached gas stations. Most locations offer pharmacies, in-store banks, and coffee shops. The online site for Hornbacher’s includes recipes, advertising for upcoming sales, as well as coupons.

Hornbacher’s is well known for sponsoring many charities, including Bowl for Kids’ Sake, benefiting the Big Brothers Big Sisters program; Cherries for Charity, benefiting the Rape & Abuse Crisis Center and the YWCA of Cass-Clay, and various Food Drives which benefit the Great Plains Food Bank, such as Fill the Dome. Headquarters are located in Fargo, North Dakota.

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Tomah Cash Mercantile Company, more commonly known today as the Tomah Cash Store, was founded by Herman Rose in 1900. It was the first large store to be built in Tomah. The name came from the store’s original design to pay cash for farmer’s crops, rather than exchanging it for merchandise.

The company continues to operate, but no longer offers cash for crops. This modern day department store is constantly changing its merchandise to keep up with people’s needs and technology. The store stopped selling fabric in the early 1990’s because women were not sewing their own clothing, but they added more electronics. The company also stopped selling groceries in the early 2000’s, but now offer higher end lingerie and clothing.

Tomah Cash Store is operated by the great grandson’s of Herman Rose; Mark and John Rose, along with their wives and other family members. Company headquarters have not moved in 117 years; still located on Superior Avenue in Tomah, Wisconsin.

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Hugo’s Family Marketplace Corporate Office

January 19, 2018

Hugo’s Family Marketplace was founded in 1939 in downtown Grand Forks, North Dakota. The company’s original name was Pure Foods Market, but was later changed to Hugo’s, after its founder Hugo Magnuson, who later became Mayor of Grand Forks. Today, the company operates a small chain of  10 supermarkets in the states of Minnesota and […]

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Chicken in the Rough Corporate Office

January 18, 2018

Chicken in the Rough, sometimes called Beverly’s Chicken in the Rough,  was founded in 1936 by  Beverly and Rubye Osborne . During the depression, the Osborne’s tried to drive out of the dustbowl of Oklahoma with a few dollars and a basket full of fried chicken. Hitting a bump in the road, the chicken fell out […]

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DD’s Discounts Corporate Office

January 18, 2018

DD’s Discounts was founded in 2004 in Dublin, California. The company operates as a subsidiary of Ross Dress For Less. Similar to their sister store, the company offers a wide range of brand names at deeply discounted prices. The company currently has more than 193 stores in 15 state, with plans to open at least […]

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