Save A Lot held a grand reopening March 29 for a store at 525 Village Dr. in Prestonsburg, Kentucky.
A ribbon cutting was held at 9 a.m. to celebrate the occasion. Save A Lot CEO Leon Bergmann joined Saver Group store owners Dale Combs, Wendell Combs, Larry Noe and COO Keith DeFisher, along with the Floyd County Chamber of Commerce, to mark the event for the community. Customers were invited to a cookout in the parking lot from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. with free samples, including Eckrich Sausage and Smithfield Sausage.
“We are excited to bring the Save A Lot banner back to Prestonsburg,” Noe said.
“My business partners, Dale and Wendell Combs, and I understand that residents deserve high quality food at a value price point that works for them. We think the Save A Lot brand helps us deliver that to our neighbors in Floyd County, and we can’t wait to have people experience this new option in town.”
The store will also be giving away a free item to the first 100 people in line. This offer continues through April 4 to the first 100 people to enter the store.
“We’re thrilled to have the Saver Group add Prestonsburg to the list of hometowns that get to experience what the Save A Lot brand is all about,” Bergmann said. “We know the Save A Lot brand brings unmatched value and quality to over 800 communities nationwide and can’t wait for the Prestonsburg community to experience that for themselves.”
Founded in 1977, Save A Lot is a large discount grocery store chain with about 800 stores in 32 states. For more information, visit SaveALot.com.
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