This should surprise no one.

While driving to Florence today the wife and I noticed that the Florence Hardee's signage on the building and by the street has been removed and the location closed.  I've wondered for a long while now, even made a post or two on here about it, how the restaurant even stayed open as long as it did because there was hardly any business at anytime we passed it.

There was a time, before Bojangles, when Hardee's seemed to own the breakfast business in Florence but those days are long gone.  Today it seems that the bulk of the Breakfast business is split mainly between Jack's and Bojangles.   I would say McDonalds comes in third followed by Waffle House and then Cracker Barrel. 

The Tuscumbia, Rogersville or Hwy 43 Tennessee Hardees locations may still do a pretty fair breakfast business but the Florence location has been dead for a long time and now it appears they have eliminated the Florence location.   I doubt they will rebuild another Hardees in that location because I doubt they have any evidence that a new building would change the Florence locations business.

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riverzurinsky posted:

Something seems to be going on with Aldi(Florence location) as well. I noticed Aldi was closed 1 or 2 days ago and they had taken down part of the front of the building. Is Aldi being renovated or has the Florence location closed permanently?

I believe they are renovating.  A number are doing so nationwide.  Competing with Amazon, now. 

direstraits posted:
riverzurinsky posted:

Something seems to be going on with Aldi(Florence location) as well. I noticed Aldi was closed 1 or 2 days ago and they had taken down part of the front of the building. Is Aldi being renovated or has the Florence location closed permanently?

I believe they are renovating.  A number are doing so nationwide.  Competing with Amazon, now. 

I would wish Aldi would move to different location. I dislike the entrance along Mall Road at Florence location. Someone is going to have a wreck trying to get to Aldi.

Aldi announced last May, they were investing $5 Billion to build additional stores over 5 years & remodeling hundreds of existing stores.

That is a rough entrance, especially the one behind T-Mobile where, on Mall Rd, you have to merge over to turn behind the building all the while dodging traffic that is merging onto Mall Rd from Southbound Cox Creek Blvd.  It's almost safer to drive down to Martin's and turn at the traffic light intersection onto Cox Creek Rd then enter ALDI, or T-Mobile's building from Cox Creek Rd.

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