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Are the Rumors True?!

written by

Blaine Ward

posted on

January 17, 2024

Back in May we announced that Bachman Family Farms would be building a distribution center and retail store.  We are happy to report that the rumors are true...we are open for business!  Of course, there were a few hiccups and delays along the way, but we did it!  We really did it!!  To think of where we started and where we are now is such a testimony to the faithfulness of God and the support of our family, friends and community.  We have some of the best customers that truly believe in our product and have been such a blessing in our lives.

Our store and distribution center are located in the Deer Creek Plaza.  We are so excited to get to interact with more of our customers in person and not just online.  Our Farm Store is equipped with display freezers, making it easier for you to look through our products.  We also have a variety of merch available at our store.  We offer Bachman Family Farms T-shirts, hats and hoodies; as well as local honey and jams.  Our distribution center is connected through the back of the building, and where we do all of our shipping out of.

With all of that in mind, we want to say Thank You!  We truly couldn’t have done it without you!  We would love nothing more than to welcome all of you to our Grand Opening at the Deer Creek Plaza on Saturday, January 27th from 12 to 4 pm.  We are located at 1218 Main Street in Deer Creek, OK.  We will have goody bags for the first 25 customers as well as a drawing for a FREE STEAK BOX!  If that’s not enough, the salon right next to us, Hair by Claudette, will be having its Grand Opening as well!

After your visit at The Deer Creek Plaza, don’t forget to make a stop at the Deer Creek Mercantile and Schnebele & Company Antique Store.  Enjoy an afternoon filled with small town charm and southern hospitality.  While many small towns in America are slowly fading into ghost towns, Deer Creek strives to stay alive!  We hope that when you visit you will see just how special this little town is and why supporting local businesses is an invaluable gift.

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