About Rogers, AR From the Web…
“Rogers, Arkansas has evolved from a hard working 19th century rail town, named after railroad man C.W. Rogers, to one of the best places to live in America (as ranked by Money Magazine). And the things that make Rogers the ideal place to call home are precisely the same qualities that make it a great destination for business or pleasure.”
“Rich in history, the communities of Rogers and Lowell have been home to settlers since the 1800s. With the arrival of the first Frisco train in 1881, the city of Rogers was named in honor of a railroad executive, C.W. Rogers. The rail line provided transportation and links to important markets for the area’s crops of apples and peaches, allowing the small community to grow and prosper. An older transportation hub in the early 1800s, Lowell served as a popular resting place for travelers heading west. Known as Bloomington at the time, the community was located approximately one mile east of its current site, and was a stop on the Butterfield Stagecoach route. A variety of museums and historical markers are located throughout the Northwest Arkansas region.”
We serve the following cities:
Rogers, Bentonville, Springdale, Bella Vista, Fayetteville, Siloam Springs, Van Buren, and Fort Smith, and Neosho, Joplin, Carthage, Webb City, Republic, and Nixa in Missouri, and Tahlequah and Miami in Oklahoma.
We serve the following counties:
Benton, Washington, Madison, and Carroll, and Newton, Joplin, Jasper, and Christian in Missouri, and Cherokee and Ottawa in Oklahoma.