Press Release

Nation’s Best Rounds up for ALD

December 17, 2020, DALLAS, Texas – Nation’s Best Holdings, LLC announced a new 2021 partnership with the Arrivederci ALD by allowing customers to round up their purchase to the nearest whole dollar and donate to find a cure for ALD.

ALD, or Adrenoleukodystrophy, is rare genetic condition that can cause severe disability and even death. Frani Broussard Denenburg started the non-profit Arrivederci ALD after her and her families’ ALD diagnosis. They are focused on finding a cure to ALD through raising funds for Harvard and Stanford doctors to specifically focus on an ALD cure.

“This is near and dear to my heart as I have known Frani and her family my entire life,” said Chris Miller, President and CEO of Nation’s Best. Franni is a lead advocate, and her and her team are fighting tirelessly, every day, to raise awareness and bring an end to this disease. Nation’s Best is proud to be able to offer our support and directly fund the doctors working on the cure to ALD.  We thank our customers and our communities for the support thus far, and look forward to seeing the day when ALD will be a thing of the past.”

The round up option will be rolling out at all Nation’s Best stores in 2021 to provide customers a convenient and meaningful way to help end ALD. Customers simply select the “Round Up for  Arrivederci ALD” option while checking out and all donations will go directly to Arrivederci ALD.

Nation’s Best Holdings, LLC is committed to joining the fight to defeat ALD alongside Arrivederci ALD.

Nation’s Best is a member-owner of Do it Best Corp., the only U.S.-based hardware, lumber and building materials buying cooperative in the home improvement industry.

About Nation’s Best

Nation’s Best Holdings, LLC was founded in 2019 and currently owns and operates six divisions and 17 locations in four states with over 350 associates. Nation’s Best is committed to identifying and acquiring best-in-class independent home improvement stores across the United States to ensure their continued relevance as vibrant community resources. To learn more, visit