On Aug. 21, San Bernardino, California-based Stater Bros. Markets will celebrate grand reopenings for three of its stores. They are located at 22351 El Toro Road in Lake Forest; 2845 West Avenue L in Lancaster; and 37218 47th Street East in Palmdale.
These grand reopenings reflect the company’s commitment to enhance shopping experiences through interior upgrades and expanded offerings to meet the needs of its customers.
To celebrate and to honor the company’s tradition of giving back to the communities it serves, Stater Bros. Charities will present donations totaling $7,500 to nonprofit organizations in Lake Forest, Lancaster and Palmdale.
“Stater Bros. has always believed in not just doing business in the community, but being part of the community. Providing a pleasant shopping experience, taking good care of our customers and supporting the communities we serve remain at the core of our business,” says Stater Bros. CEO Pete Van Helden.
The Lake Forest store added a fresh-cut fruit station, FujiSan handcrafted sushi, expanded selection of wine and beer, energy-efficient LED lighting and new wood laminate flooring. A $2,500 check will be presented to VFW Auxiliary Post 6024 in support of its programs and services for veterans.
The Lancaster store now offers FujiSan handcrafted sushi, an expanded selection of wine and beer, energy-efficient LED lighting and new wood laminate flooring. This store will present Penny Lane Centers a check for $2,500 in support of its Family Preservation Program.
The Palmdale store added FujiSan handcrafted sushi, an expanded selection of wine and beer,
energy-efficient LED lighting and new wood laminate flooring. Antelope Valley Partners for Health will get $2,500 in support of its food pantry.
These locations will continue to operate 6 a.m.-11 p.m. daily.