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Grapevine’s Marshall Grain Co. announces moving sale, closure on June 18 and temporary location opening

Grapevine, Texas – In a transformative development for a local business landmark, Marshall Grain Co., just over a week following its revelation to transition from Grapevine to Colleyville, has now disclosed the address of its impending new base of operations.

Slated to open its doors in the early months of 2024, this organic gardening and pet supply establishment will find its new home at 5311 Colleyville Blvd., as indicated by a recent press release.

The company’s tenancy at its existing Grapevine location, situated at 3525 William D. Tate Ave., will draw to a close at the end of June, specifically June 18, corroborating details previously reported.

In the interim, between July and the following January, a provisional outlet will operate in Hurst, at 3417 Raider Drive, Ste. 9. During this transitional period, Marshall Grain Co. is set to provide a multitude of customer service options. This includes online ordering, the convenience of curbside pickup, and even direct deliveries to residents of Colleyville, Southlake, Hurst, Euless, and Bedford.

Tracing its roots back to 1946, Marshall Grain Co. was initially established in Fort Worth, later making the strategic move to Grapevine in 2009. As it embarks on this new chapter in Colleyville, the company continues to uphold its enduring legacy of service and commitment to local communities.

Closure sale

The company announced their super-sale until June 18. These are some of the company’s offers (as per their official website)

Look for the Red Dot!

Dozens of items are now 75% Off! Look for the red dot to save 75%! You’ll find red dots throughout the store. But hurry! Our sale ends Sunday, June 18th. There won’t be a better deal on than this!

70% Off Trees!

All tree prices have been slashed to 70% off! We have still have a nice selection of Ornamental Pears, Crape Myrtles, Altheas, Wax Myrtles and more! Check ’em out!

All Plants 50% Off!

All remaining plants must go! Lots of healthy greenery still available. We won’t have room for them at our temporary facility, so come and grab these beauties while you can.

Click here to learn more about the current offers!

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