Weis Markets recently celebrated the grand opening of its new 46,000 square-foot store in Dingmans Plaza on Route 739 in Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania.
The store employs more than 140 new full- and part-time associates and has an expansive produce department with a wide selection of organic produce, a beer cave, wine café, full-service seafood department with lobster tank, a full-service meat department with on-premise, custom-cut Certified Angus Beef, sushi prepared in-store daily, a deli offering a wide selection of sliced meats and cheeses along with a heat-and-serve meal section, an organic and natural foods store within a store, a section devoted to Eastern European cuisine, eight self-scan checkout lanes, a full-service, drive-thru pharmacy and a fuel center. The store also has a meal center offering a wide selection of heat-and-serve, grab-and-go and ready-to-eat meals.
“We are pleased to expand our services in Dingmans Ferry and the Pike County area to offer our new customers a strong combination of convenience, quality and low prices that help them live better and spend less,” said Ron Bonacci, Weis Markets VP of advertising and marketing. “We appreciate the welcome we’ve received and look forward to serving and becoming active members of the Dingmans Ferry community.”
The store offers Weis 2 Go Online ordering with curbside pick-up and delivery, through which customers can order online and have their groceries handpicked by trained personal shoppers for pick-up or home delivery. With this offering, customers can use their Weis Preferred Shopper cards to save on their orders and earn rewards on gas and private brand products, and they can also browse the weekly online circular and add sale items to their carts.
Dingmans Ferry customers also will benefit from Weis’ Low, Low Prices program, which launched in 2019 and lowered the prices on more than 7,000 products to offer the lowest every day price in the market. The multi-million-dollar investment in low prices is the company’s most ambitious price reduction program to date.
To mark the opening and thank the community for its warm welcome, Weis Markets donated to the Dingman Township Volunteer Fire Department, Delaware Township Fire Department, Holy Trinity Food Pantry and Delaware Valley School District.
The donations are part of a year-round giving program which includes campaigns to support local community hunger organizations, pet shelters and veterans’ organizations, among many other local nonprofits.
For more information, visit WeisMarkets.com.