Why is Harbor Freight steadily expanding its network of locations across the United States when traditional brick-and-mortar retailers will soon go out of business? In the latest DIY with Dave YouTube channel episode, the presenter answers the big question and explains Harbor Freight’s hidden weapon.
Harbor Freight Progress
By 2023, there will be more than 1,400 Harbor Freight locations, up from one in 1980. The importance of this, yet, involves more than its physical development and gain in popularity, but also the fact that it is flourishing at a time when numerous other companies, including Sears, JCPenney, Best Buy, etc., have failed.
Harbor Freight is creating a lot of dust as new locations spring up all around, especially in towns with populations below 20,000. And there are no signs that it will slow down.