Sunbury, Pennsylvania-based Weis Markets has completed the remodel of its store in Duryea, Pennsylvania.
In celebration of the grand reopening, Weis Markets presented $500 in donations to local organizations, including CEO Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank, Holy Rosary School and Germania Hose Company.
The remodeled Duryea store features new interior décor, a beer-wine café with adult slushy machines, a deli with a meal center, an upgraded produce section featuring fresh cut fruit and vegetables, remodeled bakery and seafood sections, updated store fixtures and expanded variety throughout the store.
At the ribbon cutting ceremony, Weis Markets announced that it will begin work on a major remodel at its store in nearby Nanticoke, Pennsylvania.
“We’re pleased to celebrate the remodel of our Duryea store, which now offers our customers several convenient new features and amenities,” said Maria Rizzo, VP of marketing and advertising.
“Our customers in nearby Nanticoke will soon enjoy a similar upgraded shopping experience when we complete the store’s extensive remodel later this year.”
This news comes as Weis Markets recently updated its shareholders April 27 on the company’s plans to invest more than $160 million in its growth in 2023.
“Our budget includes 20 remodels, six fuel centers, one addition and one new store, which will open in 2024. We have five new stores in active planning stages. Our budget also includes thousands of store improvement projects which improve efficiencies and drive sales,” said Jonathan H. Weis, president and CEO.
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Founded in 1912, Weis Markets is a mid-Atlantic food retailer, operating 197 stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, West Virginia and Virginia. For more information, visit WeisMarkets.com.