Tina at Aaron’s said they were running behind and she couldn’t tell me when it would be picked up.

A week later I went to the store and the assistant manager said there was nothing recorded for pick up.

Loudermilk’s partner decided that this was too much work, so he sold his share back to Laudermilk.

He went to an Army Supply store and purchased the chairs.

His first sale was for ten cents per chair per day.

Today at pm, I received a call from Stacey at Aaron’s telling me my payment was due the 15th.

I informed her the damn freezer was returned yesterday and I had better not receive another phone call!

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While attending Georgia Tech, Loudermilk served a tour in the Navy, and earned his business degree from the University of North Carolina, before accepting a job with the Pet Milk Company, then, later, the pharmaceutical and chemical giant Pfizer.

It was while working for Pfizer during the early 1950s, that Loudermilk came across a small North Carolina store that rented furniture and other merchandise.

In 1990, Aaron’s begins to offer franchise opportunities. Tagged as: aaron's complaints, aaron's customer complaint desk, aaron's customer complaints, aaron's rent to own corporate office phone number, aarons corporate address, aarons corporate headquarters, aarons corporate office, aarons corporate office address, aarons corporate office email, aarons corporate office fax, aarons corporate office phone, aarons home office, aarons main office, arron's corporate office phone number I have been a customer for the first time since February, 2018. Your Bridgeport, Ohio store is by far the worst retail experience I have ever had to endure.

In 2008, the company sold their corporate furnishings division to Berkshire Hathaway. We needed to rent a freezer for cookies for our dayghter’s Wedding.

In 1982, the company went public on the NYSE under the ticker symbol: AAN In 1987, the company enters the rent to own business after acquiring Ball Stalker.