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Ace Hardware Stores Near Standing Rock are Not Selling Supplies to Dakota Access Pipeline Protestors

On the heels of an emergency evacuation order from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and North Dakota governor Jack Dalrymple and fines of $1,000 set for those who would deliver supplies like water and food, it seems like Ace Hardware has fallen in line with law enforcement and is refusing to sell supplies to protestors.

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Update – Ace Hardware releases statement:

At Ace, our local store owners take great pride in serving their neighbors and it is our policy to serve all customers without discrimination and to follow all laws in each respective community.

We understand the concerns that have been shared with us regarding product sales related to the recent protests in North Dakota and have been working very hard to gather all of the facts from our locally-owned Ace stores that operate in the area and local authorities. To be candid, we’ve been working feverishly to unearth all of the facts, which have been cloudy at times.

In an effort to clear any misunderstanding and/or misinformation, Ace Hardware can now confirm that there is no ban on the sale of products at our locally-owned Ace stores; customers should feel free to check with their local store for inventory availability.

Via Acehardware.com

in November 30, 2016 / 1666 Wiews

1 Comment

  • Gary Wheeler December 1, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    I am an architect and buy building material, I will not buy from Ace Hardware if this is true.

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