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Marsh To Close Four Indiana Stores


Last updated on June 14th, 2024 at 10:26 am

Marsh Supermarkets said Thursday that it will close four of its stores within the next few weeks.

“After extensive review, it has been determined these stores do not meet our business requirements regarding sales or future growth potential going forward,” the company said. “While it is a difficult decision, the Marsh management team is committed to improving our operating results and strengthening the company’s competitive position in the marketplace.”

The four Indiana stores that will shutter are located at 7400 E. Fishers Station in Fisher, 435 Town Center Street North in Mooresville, 3825 South Street in Lafayette and 35 Lynhurst in Indianapolis.

“Fortunately, there are other Marsh stores nearby in each of these areas, where Marsh and our valued associates will continue to offer the same fresh and healthy choices that our customers are accustomed to,” the company said. “Associates at these stores will be offered the opportunity to transfer to another location within the company.”

The closures are part of “a longer plan we are implementing to position Marsh Supermarkets for the years ahead,” according to the Indianapolis-based grocer, which says it will “continue to aggressively invest in our existing store base.”

According to its website, Marsh currently operates 68 Marsh Supermarkets and 3 O’Malia’s Food Markets in Indiana and Ohio. It also manages seven MainStreet Market locations.

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  • It would be very smart if marsh added entertainment to its grocery stores.Marsh needs to copy Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World and add a grocery store and High tech arcade . Marsh needs to go away from traditional grocery shopping to survive.Traditional grocery shopping is not what customers want from a grocery store.Customers want discounted food and Entertainment.The other grocery stores are not doing this and its because they are stuck in the past.Imagination is what’s needed for Marsh.

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