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Home Hardware Ranks 40th in National Reputation Study

Home Hardware Stores Ltd., Canada’s largest dealer-owned hardware, lumber, building materials and furniture home improvement retailer, has been named one of Canada’s most reputable companies in Leger’s 25th annual Reputation study, where the company ranked 40th.

“Home Hardware is honored to be recognized as one of Canada’s most reputable companies,” says Kevin Macnab, president and CEO of Home Hardware Stores Ltd. “Our independent dealers in our close to 1,100 stores across the country have always been focused on developing relationships that are built on trust, community and service. Knowing Canadians hold us in such high regard is truly a great honor.”

Leger, the largest Canadian-owned market research and analytics company, analyzed more than 285 companies in Canada and surveyed more than 38,000 Canadians.

“For 25 years, Leger’s Reputation study has highlighted companies who go above and beyond to stay relevant and maintain positive perceptions among Canadians,” says Dave Scholz, executive vice president of Leger. “The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many challenges for the retail sector. We would like to congratulate Home Hardware on their performance in this year’s Reputation ranking.”

Leger’s Reputation study judged companies based on six core pillars of corporate reputation— financial strength, social responsibility, honesty and transparency, quality, attachment and innovation.

Learn how one Home Hardware retailer upholds the company’s stellar reputation while growing her career and business here.

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