Governor Scott visits Shell Lumber & Hardware to Promote Disaster Preparedness

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On Monday, Governor Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott visited Shell Lumber & Hardware to spread news of the importance of being prepared for Hurricane season.

As a great incentive, Governor Scott initiated the "disaster preparedness sales tax holiday" for Floridians. The sales tax holiday runs June 1 through June 7 and covers many of the most important items residents must have before a Hurricane strikes. You can view the details by clicking here.

While visiting Shell, Governor Scott was interviewed by the local media. Our local 10 ABC News did a fantastic job of reporting the event. You can view the broadcast by clicking here.

At the press event Governor Scott recognized the importance of Shell Lumber and Hardware to the local community. He Recognized that for over 90 years, Shell has been helping homeowners both prepare for disasters, and rebuild after them. "...During Hurricane Irma last year, Shell never ran out of plywood...They stayed open until the day before the hurricane..." said Governor Scott.

Shell Lumber & Hardware supports the disaster preparedness initiative and believes that it helps save lives. That is why we have a 2.5 acre distribution facility that is fully stocked at all times.

Shell Lumber & Hardware is "The World's #1 Home Improvement Store." Located in Miami for over 90 years, we offer the largest selection of lumber in South Florida, We carry 5 grades of Pressure Treated Lumber. We have a fully stocked Hardware store with over 30,000 everyday and hard to find items. We also just introduced Shell Signature Collections paints that are made in Florida, for Florida's climate.

Our fleet of trucks can delivery any size order to anywhere in South Florida. We ship thousands of items nationwide and offer free in-store pickup on our website. We are located at 2733 SW 27th Avenue, Miami, FL 33133. Visit www.ShellLumber,com for more information.



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