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Hometown Battery energizing the Morris community

Published: Monday, July 7, 2014 9:17 p.m. CDT

MORRIS – Hometown Battery is the Grundy County Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s most recent Business Spotlight.

Hometown Battery, 100 W. Commercial Dr. in Morris, was founded in 2011 as a franchise store from its Flagship location, Batteries and Things, located in LaSalle. Batteries and Things was formed in 2003 as a source for common and hard to find batteries, according to a news release. Through a direct relationship with manufacturers, Hometown Battery is able to offer all our products at exceptionally low prices. To serve you better as your “one stop battery shop” they have added power sport, cordless phone, digital camera, solar and sealed lead acid batteries, in addition to standard alkaline and super heavy duty batteries. In short, they stock just about every type of battery for consumer, professional, and industrial, use as well as carrying ink and toner cartridges, battery chargers and much more. 

What are your hours of operation?

10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m Saturday and closed on Sunday.  

What is your specialty?

We pride ourselves on having the best prices, but specialize in hard to find batteries, ATV, motorcycle, cellphone, cordless phone, button cell, hearing aid and common purpose batteries. 

What would you like to tell our readers about your business?

We are here to serve you and your community as your one stop battery shop. 

What are your plans for the future?

With our success, we are hoping to open up more locations.

What other information is important to tell our readers?

If we don’t have the battery you are looking for, let us know and we will be more than happy to source it for you. 

What information can you tell us on the new services offered?

Watch, key-fob and garage door battery replacement.

For information on Hometown Battery, call 815-410-1744. 

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