Harps Food Stores has announced the grand opening of its remodeled store at 1107 South Main St. in Jay, Oklahoma. The celebration will be held at 10 a.m. on March 22.
The store, formerly a Walmart, has undergone an extensive interior renovation. The remodel is a significant investment in the store’s future, and it is the result of the company’s commitment to provide the best shopping experience to its customers. The store will be open to the public from 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
The 25,000-square-foot store will offer the community an extensive variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, Black Angus beef, all natural pork and poultry; deli and bakery products, as well as well-stocked grocery, health and beauty care, dairy and frozen departments.
In addition to physical improvements, the remodeled Harps store also offers new services and amenities to make shopping more convenient, such as online ordering and curbside pickup.
Harps is an employee-owned company which operates 143 stores in six states, including Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana and Kansas. Harps is the largest employee-owned company in Arkansas. The grocer was founded in 1930 by Harvard and Floy Harp in Springdale, Arkansas. Since then, the company has grown to employ more than 7,200 people.
For more information about the company and its history, visit harpsfood.com.
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