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Harveys Opens Replacement Store in Camilla, Ga.

Harveys is unveiling a new store in Camilla, Ga., located at 68 North Scott Street inside the Camilla Plaza Shopping Center, July 27.

Harveys is unveiling a new store in Camilla, Ga., located at 68 North Scott Street inside the Camilla Plaza Shopping Center, July 27. The grand opening festivities began at 8:30 a.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and free product samplings throughout the day.

“We are dedicated to being Camilla’s hometown grocer providing excellent value on a wide variety of quality products combined with exceptional customer care,” said Barry Robinson, VP of Harveys and Reid’s stores. “We are excited to offer local produce, custom-cut meat and home-cooked, ready to eat meals that our Camilla customers know and love.”

Jason Davis, who has worked at Harveys for seven years, will serve as the store manager of the 21,000-s.f. facility. This store will employ 51 team members, with 10 new positions being added as a result of the new and expanded store. The store will replace the former Harveys at 60 North Scott Street in Camilla, Ga.

The hometown grocer offers a wide selection of groceries, including an expanded fresh produce department, full-service deli/bakery with special-order in-store decorated cakes, specialty meats, cheeses and breads, and ready-to-eat lunch and dinner buffet, such as home-style, freshly cooked meals. The store also offers a variety of convenience services for customers including greeting cards, Western Union service, Rug Doctor rentals, Blue Rhino propane tank exchange, postage stamps and “KeyOsk,” ATM and Coinstar machines.

Harveys will begin normal operating hours July 28. The store will be open 7 a.m.-9 p.m. on Sunday-Thursday and 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.

Harveys is an affiliate of Delhaize America, a subsidiary of Brussels-based Delhaize Group. Harveys operates 71 stores in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. For more information go to www.harveys-supermarkets.com.

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