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Save A Lot Prepares New Store In Leitchfield, KY

Save A Lot Leitchfield

Save A Lot is bringing a new store to the community at 415 Mill St. in Leitchfield, Kentucky, replacing an older location in town.

Owned and operated by Houchens Food Group, a grand-opening celebration took place on May 29, giving residents the opportunity to experience the new store. This location is one of the 88 Houchens Food Group owns across Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee and West Virginia.

“We’re thrilled to have the Houchens Food Group building this new remodeled location in Leitchfield, Kentucky,” said Save A Lot CEO Fred Boehler. “We know the Save A Lot brand brings unmatched value and quality to nearly 800 communities nationwide and can’t wait for the Leitchfield community to have this upgraded shopping experience.”

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Founded in 1977, Save A Lot is one of the largest discount grocery store chains in the U.S., with about 800 stores in 32 states. The company believes that all neighborhoods should have access to fresh, high quality food options. Stores focus on offering low prices on high quality private label brands, as well as national brand products, USDA-inspected meat cut fresh in store, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables and other non-food items.

“We are excited to bring a new ground up Save A Lot store to Leitchfield,” said Danny Wilson, VP of retail operations for Houchens Food Group.

“We at Houchens Food Group know the Leitchfield community has been shopping with us for over 30 years. They know they can rely on us for quality and value. But to bring them this brand-new store we’ve built from the ground up is exciting. We can’t wait for our customers to experience it.”

Save A Lot store in Leitchfield, Kentucky

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