Harps Weekly Ad

Title Harps Weekly Ad
Added December 14, 2017
Price Valid Dec 13 - 19, 2017
Store Harps
Get the current Harps Weekly Ad here before your next shopping trip and find a great deal with special sale prices this week. Low price in every day for people who visit Harps, and don't forget to combine Harps ad this week with other ads to save even more your money this week. And this is Harps Weekly Ad Dec 13 - 19, 2017.

Harps Weekly Ad Dec 13 - 19, 2017

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Harps Weekly Ad December 13 - 19, 2017 - Harvard and Floy Harp founded the Harps in 1930. They started the first store with $ 500 cash that Harvard had rescued while working in the citrus industry in California. The first store is Harps Cash Grocery and located in Springdale, AR. Over the next 34 years they remodel, expand, and move into larger buildings as their business continues to grow.

In the early 1950s, the eldest son of Harvard and Floy, Don, joined them in the business. In 1964, Harps became a small chain when the second store opened in North Springdale.

By the mid-1960s, Don's brother, Gerald and Reland, was also involved in managing the Company. Don became CEO and President in 1968 at the death of his father and continued to guide Harps until 1994. Gerald Harp took on the role of CEO and President in 1995 when the Company bought Don shares, and at the same time, bought a ten-chain store. This transaction significantly increases Harps' leverage and the Company focuses on debt reduction. Roger Collins was appointed CEO in 2000. After resigning as CEO in 2016, he remains Chairman.

In 2001, the Company repurchased leveraged by purchasing shares of Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) from family and management. Again the leverage of the company increases substantially. After spending the next four years reducing debt, Harps began to grow rapidly through the acquisition and construction of new stores. Kim Eskew was appointed President in 2008 and CEO in 2016. Since becoming an employee, employees have experienced tremendous growth in their shares. Stock prices increased from $ 28 per share in 2001 to $ 346.90 per share by the end of fiscal 2016, more than doubling. Employees who have used Harps since 2001 have built significant value in Harps for retirement. Harps is the largest employee-owned company headquartered in Arkansas and the largest 30 in the United States.

Harps Weekly Ad - With 87 stores in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri, Harps has an aggressive growth plan, including adding stores in Kansas by 2016. The Company's strategy is to differentiate itself from competition based on quality, service, and freshness at competitive prices. The company does not provide solutions / without sodium adding fresh beef, pork and chicken. With customized cakes, Martha Harp's fried chicken, donuts and rolls, Harps's name signifies quality. Combining that image with employee-owned services, Harps has become one of the most well-known independent chains in the garment industry and is a national success story for wholesale companies competing with Wal-Mart.@