Last updated on September 11th, 2012 at 03:14 pm
Save-A-Lot, one of the nation’s leading hard discount, limited assortment grocery chains and a wholly owned subsidiary of Supervalu, announces that T.W.F. Holding Co. Inc. will open a new Save-A-Lot store in Wabash, Ind., today.
The new Wabash Save-A-Lot store is located at 950 Cass St. Local leaders present for the ceremony this morning included Robert Vanlandingham, Wabash mayor; Bill Konyha, president and CEO of the Economic Development Group of Wabash County Inc.; and Kimberly A. Pinkerton, president and CEO of the Wabash County Chamber of Commerce; as well as Save-A-Lot store associates.
“Save-A-Lot is committed to offering fresh produce, dairy and USDA-inspected meat, as well as other essential grocery and household items to shoppers at an affordable price—typically up to 40 percent less than traditional grocery stores,” says Jeff Sturges, president of T.W.F. Holding. “We are very excited to come to Wabash and look forward to welcoming shoppers to our store.”
The Wabash Save-A-Lot store is run by a team of people including Sturges; Tim Holt, operations manager; Tony Nern, perishable director; Wendy Dawson, business administrator; Jason Pence, store manager; Samantha Carpenter, first assistant; Joshua Coon, second assistant; and Billy Flanagan, meat manager.