The Kubota Center of Northwest Arkansas in Harrison is proud to announce the coming of a new facility that will be larger and able to showcase more products than ever before.
Shara Mattingly of Kubota of NWA confirmed that the company purchased 19 acres of land near the Boone Country Airport on Highway 65. Eight or nine acres will be used to build the new facility if the development is approved by the Harrison Planning Commission at their regular February meeting.
Upon approval Mattingly says construction should begin within 30 days and the new center is projected to open in July of 2020. ” It will offer folks in Harrison and surrounding communities a clean, modern shopping experience.” Mattingly says, “We will have increased shop area, new equipment display area and room for more parts inventory. We will also start offering equipment rental.” This facility will be the second in the United States to be designed with Kubota’s new image standard.
Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce President Bob Largent said the center will employ about 15 people and will be, “a large, state of the art Kubota Center.” Harrison Mayor Jerry Jackson referred to it as a “mega-facility.”
John Scott is the President of Springdale Tractor and currently operates 5 Kubota Centers in Northwest Arkansas. This facility is reportedly going to be the largest center Scott operates once it is completed.