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Keynote by John Hartmann at the National Hardware Show

John Hartmann will hold a keynote speach at the upcoming National Hardware Show in May.

John Hartmann will hold a keynote speach at the upcoming National Hardware Show in May.

The True Value company president and CEO, John Hartmann, will appear as a keynote speaker at the upcoming National Hardware Show in May. Hartmann's keynote presentation will take place on Tuesday morning, May 7th, on the stage in the NRHA Village immediately following the show's opening ceremony.

"Our industry is rapidly changing, and the National Hardware Show is the perfect place for both retailers and manufacturers to come together to address this transformation," said Hartmann. Entitled "Unlocking True Value," Hartmann's address will highlight how returning the majority of its members' equity has offered the company's retailers the opportunity to invest in their business as they know best and how a new company structure has enabled True Value to accelerate strategic investments without cutting into retailers' profits.

| 7 March 2019


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