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Stater Bros. Has Grand Reopenings In Placentia, Grand Terrace, California

new logo, Stater Bros., Placentia

Stater Bros. Markets held grand reopenings for its stores located at 1111 E. Imperial Highway in Placentia and 22201 Barton Road in Grand Terrace, California. These locations feature updated exterior signage including the company’s new, refreshed logo and showcase enhanced interior upgrades and expanded offerings including:

  •  Energy-efficient LED lighting;
  •  Expanded selections of wine and beer;
  •  FujiSan handcrafted sushi;
  •  Fresh-cut fruit; and
  •  New wood laminate flooring.

These stores will continue to operate from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.

“We’re committed to meeting the needs of our valued customers, taking care of our loyal employees and supporting our local communities,” said Stater Bros. CEO Pete Van Helden. “These grand reopenings deliver the message that we’re a competitive force in this marketplace, and we’re here to stay.”

In the spirit of honoring Stater Bros.’ longtime tradition of not just doing business in the community but being part of the community, Stater Bros. Charities presented donations totaling $5,000 to two local nonprofit organizations. The Stater Bros. Placentia store gave a donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Brea-Placentia-Yorba Linda in support of children’s well-being. The Grand Terrace Store presented a check to Grand Terrace Woman’s Club in support of education.

Stater Bros. was founded in 1936 in Yucaipa, California, and has grown steadily through the years to become the largest privately-owned supermarket chain in Southern California and the largest private employer in both San Bernardino County and Riverside County. The company currently operates 169 supermarkets, and there are approximately 17,000 members of the Stater Bros. supermarket family. Since 2008, Stater Bros. and Stater Bros. Charities have contributed more than $80 million in food and funds to local Southern California communities.

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