Save A Lot held grand reopenings April 1 at two recently renovated stores in North Florida.
The locations – 816 6th St. in MacClenny and 16702 SE Hwy 19 in Cross City – held a cookout, with proceeds donated to local youth groups.
The reopenings featured free samples from Sunset Farms Foods, Nettle’s Sausage Company and Blue Bell Ice Cream, as well as giveaways for company-branded gift cards, a Yeti cooler and mountain bike.
“The newly minted stores provide a modern aesthetic and an easier-to-shop footprint, making it seamless and more enjoyable for customers to shop for grocery essentials and quality fresh meat and produce they’ve come to expect. The Boris family has been a part of Baker County for 12 years [and Dixie County for 20 years] and we’re excited to show our appreciation for our customers with this special event,” said Mike Boris, owner.
“My brother Mark, my son Josh, our Meat Department Supervisor Chuck Hall and I are thrilled to bring much-needed upgrades to the…stores and enhance local residents’ shopping experiences the moment they step foot inside.”
This remodel is part of the brand’s efforts to modernize its stores across the country. As part of the new initiative, the company is working with its independent license owners to remodel stores. The new design features a contemporary evolution of the brand inspired by customer and employee feedback and each neighborhood store will feature an assortment of regional products to better serve customers.
”We’re delighted that the MacClenny Save A Lot store [and the Cross City Save A Lot store are] continuing to provide its customers with top-notch service and an upgraded shopping experience with the new store remodel,” said Mark Kotcher, SVP of sales and marketing at Save A Lot.
“Mike, Mark and Josh Boris’ investment to upgrade the store will have a profound impact on how customers enjoy the Save A Lot experience while continuing to provide unmatched value and quality.”
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