‘Mr. Hardware’ honored


Sampson County Manager Ed Causey presents Billy McDaniel a copy of a resolution adopted by the Sampson County Board of Commissioners commemorating McDaniel’s 50 years in the hardware business. McDaniel, affectionately known as Mr. Hardware, will celebrate his 50th year in the business on July 1. He began his career in 1966, working part time at the downtown Sampson Hardware, which would later be known as Ace Hardware. He continued to serve his beloved customers when in 2007 the business was bought out by Farmer’s Hardware and moved to Lisbon Street. The resolution credits McDaniel as a ‘dedicated employee who is proud of the fact that he can count on one hand the number of days he has been late to work.’ During his 50 years, the resolution continues, McDaniel ‘amassed a wealth of knowledge and honed the skills that have customers seeking him out for his capable, hands-on approach and personal attention he says is simply the hallmark of a neighborhood store.’


Sampson County Manager Ed Causey presents Billy McDaniel a copy of a resolution adopted by the Sampson County Board of Commissioners commemorating McDaniel’s 50 years in the hardware business. McDaniel, affectionately known as Mr. Hardware, will celebrate his 50th year in the business on July 1. He began his career in 1966, working part time at the downtown Sampson Hardware, which would later be known as Ace Hardware. He continued to serve his beloved customers when in 2007 the business was bought out by Farmer’s Hardware and moved to Lisbon Street. The resolution credits McDaniel as a ‘dedicated employee who is proud of the fact that he can count on one hand the number of days he has been late to work.’ During his 50 years, the resolution continues, McDaniel ‘amassed a wealth of knowledge and honed the skills that have customers seeking him out for his capable, hands-on approach and personal attention he says is simply the hallmark of a neighborhood store.’

Sampson County Manager Ed Causey presents Billy McDaniel a copy of a resolution adopted by the Sampson County Board of Commissioners commemorating McDaniel’s 50 years in the hardware business. McDaniel, affectionately known as Mr. Hardware, will celebrate his 50th year in the business on July 1. He began his career in 1966, working part time at the downtown Sampson Hardware, which would later be known as Ace Hardware. He continued to serve his beloved customers when in 2007 the business was bought out by Farmer’s Hardware and moved to Lisbon Street. The resolution credits McDaniel as a ‘dedicated employee who is proud of the fact that he can count on one hand the number of days he has been late to work.’ During his 50 years, the resolution continues, McDaniel ‘amassed a wealth of knowledge and honed the skills that have customers seeking him out for his capable, hands-on approach and personal attention he says is simply the hallmark of a neighborhood store.’
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_hardware.jpgSampson County Manager Ed Causey presents Billy McDaniel a copy of a resolution adopted by the Sampson County Board of Commissioners commemorating McDaniel’s 50 years in the hardware business. McDaniel, affectionately known as Mr. Hardware, will celebrate his 50th year in the business on July 1. He began his career in 1966, working part time at the downtown Sampson Hardware, which would later be known as Ace Hardware. He continued to serve his beloved customers when in 2007 the business was bought out by Farmer’s Hardware and moved to Lisbon Street. The resolution credits McDaniel as a ‘dedicated employee who is proud of the fact that he can count on one hand the number of days he has been late to work.’ During his 50 years, the resolution continues, McDaniel ‘amassed a wealth of knowledge and honed the skills that have customers seeking him out for his capable, hands-on approach and personal attention he says is simply the hallmark of a neighborhood store.’
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