Waters True Value
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The Waters story begins in 1894 with GE Waters offering “a little bit of everything” to the small town of Manchester, KS. With the goal of pursuing an higher education for his children, GE moved his company to nearby Junction City in 1905. It was there that his grandson and great-grandson, Bob and Jim Waters, oversaw the largest expansion of the company, – more... as well as its partnership with the True Value Company.

Today, Jim Waters operates one of the most respected groups of True Value stores in the country. With over 100 years in the hardware industry, five generations of Waters leadership, and over 200 dedicated team members serving 7 communities in Kansas, Waters True Value strives everyday to continue the original vision of GE Waters by providing quality products and great service.
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Not very good place to work
Written by Cashier (Former Employee) from Manhattan, KS on June 24, 2019
Might be okay for first job in high school but was working 30-40 hours a week as a "part time" employee while still in high school. Manager didnt stay on top of evaluations, I worked there for over 3 years and only received one pay raise of $0.30/hour. Would not recommend. Most of the crew is lazy and unmotivated.
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