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Rural King in Waverly, OH
1001 W 2nd St
Our locations have an outstanding product mix with items such as livestock feed, farm equipment, agricultural parts, lawn mowers, workwear, fashion clothing, housewares and toys. You never know what you will find at your local Rural King and that's why every trip is an adventure. Our friendly staff is dedicated to serving your needs and can help you find whatever you're looking for. We pride ourselves on providing Every Day Low Prices, along with being the industry leader in product knowledge and customer service.
2.Rural King Supply
424 Hopewell Rd
I ordered some fence for my horse pasture in March it is now May 8th and still no fence had to go to another Rural King to get my fence one roll had to drive 2 hours to get it.
23625 Us Highway 23 S
Just returned from a wasted trip! I called ahead to check if the product I needed was available. After being put on hold and hung up on twice, by the same woman, on my third call I was told by her that they did have the product I wanted. I asked the price, where is was located and specifics I desired, which she shot off readily with answers to. So, I drove there--I witnessed about six employees standing around talking to each other. When I asked for help getting the product (which was quite heavy) no one knew what I was talking about (never heard of the product), each blamed another for taking the phone call. The manager,did not care to help find the product and the one helpful employee who walked the bulk of store trying to help me had not luck. The manager still did not care to help his employee or to check his inventory system when I asked him to. He stated that it was "not usually right anyway". The one helpful employee "Adam" should move on to a better job where his belief in good customer service aligns well with the vision/mission of the company he is with-the current manager should learn how to treat customers. Shame on you Royal King for poor management and poorly trained employees.
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