Monday, February 20, 2017

Food Lion Weekly Ad February 15 - 21, 2017

Food Lion was founded in 1957 in Salisbury, North Carolina, such as food Town by Wilson Smith, Ralph Ketner, and Brown Ketner. The Food Town chain acquired by Belgium-based Delhaize Group grocery company in 1974. In June 2015 it was announced that Food Lion's parent company, Delhaize Group, and Ahold would merge with Ahold Delhaize. This merger was completed in July 2016.

The name Food Lion Ad was adopted in 1983; as Food Town expanded in Virginia, the chain encountered several stores called Food Town in the Richmond area. Expansion into Maryland would be a bigger problem since about 100 independent, but affiliated, shops Food called Town. Because Delhaize had a lion in its logo, the Food Town asked to use it on product labels when alternating and new store signs. Ralph Ketner realize "lion" only two new letters and the movement of other characters the chain's needs. On December 12, 1982, Ketner announced the name change to "Food Lion," and at the end of March 1983, all the stores are branded. The name change, while confusing to American customers, the economic and historical sense, as Delhaize also known as "Delhaize Le Lion".

During the 1980s, Food Lion expanded across the Middle Atlantic and Southeastern United States. The company continued to open their expansion throughout the late 1980s, hundreds of stores in existing markets such as the Carolinas and Virginias, and new markets such as Georgia and enter Maryland. In the early 1990s, appearing Food Lion stores in new markets such as Delaware and southern Pennsylvania, Orlando, Florida, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Oklahoma, Shreveport; Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex; and Houston. During this time, the chain was the fastest growing supermarket company in the US, as they opened more than 100 new stores per year. In November 1992, a critical Primetime Live report unsanitary handling of meat and seafood has hurt the chain as they try to enter new markets in the Northeast and Southwest.


Rural King Weekly Ad February 19 - March 4, 2017

On June 5, 1960, Kermit Speer and Keith Beaird founded Rural King Supply in Mattoon. The original shop started in a former implement building of 7,200 square feet. The company started with Rural King Ad, except the owners. In 1963, an addition to the main building has been added. In 1966, was a warehouse building, and in 1970, a second addition to the store. A new building was completed and opened in September 1976. In 1999, a new store, warehouse and corporate office consists opened from 210,000 square feet across the highway from the old. The old shop and warehouse were donated to Catholic Charities.

In 2003, a 94,000-square foot addition added to the warehouse. In 2007, another 96,000 square feet to the warehouse. In 2010, a third warehouse expansion started that will add 104,000 square feet. In 1962, Kermit and Keith opened another shop in Paris, Ill., In an old packing house with eight rooms. In 1970, the land was bought across the Edgar County Fairgrounds and the new Paris Rural King erected. In 2001 the building was demolished and the current 55,000 square feet Paris Rural King building. Paris was Kermit and Pat Speer's home for 15 years.

The Vandalia, Ill., Is Rural King opened in 1966 in an old building on US Highway 40 East. A new Rural King building in November 1973 Van Tran Avenue, which was renamed Veterans Avenue. An addition to the building was completed in 1983. In 1979, Gary Melvin, cousin of Kermit Speer, bought an interest in Rural King. Gary began his career working in the shop, learn the products and services to customers.

Bruce Speer, cousin of Kermit Speer, bought an interest in Rural King in 1982, with the opening of Litchfield, Ill., Store. Bruce began his career as the manager of the Litchfield store. In 1985 he and his family moved to Terre Haute, Ind., Where he passed open and in that store for five years. In 1990, Bruce moved to the corporate office Mattoon to help with the purchase and expansion of the Rural King stores. announced in December 2015 Rural King reached them for the first time, $ 1 billion in total sales.


Fred Meyer Weekly Ad February 19 - 25, 2017

Fred Meyer Inc., a chain of hypermarkets founded in 1922 in Portland, Oregon, by Fred G. Meyer (not to be confused with Frederick Gerhard Hendrik Meijer, former chairman of the Meijer store chain, based in Michigan, with shops in the West). The company was one of the pioneers of one-stop shopping, eventually combining a full grocery supermarket with a Fred Meyer Ad, clothing store, shoe store, fine jewelry, home decor store, home improvement, garden center, electronics store, toy store, sporting goods store, and much more under one roof.

Fred Meyer stores are located in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. Before merger of the company with Kroger in October 1998, it traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol FMY. Although the company is now an entity of Kroger, the stores still branded Fred Meyer, and the western region of the Kroger Company is headquartered in Portland.

Fred G. Meyer, originally from Brooklyn, New York, his first stand on the corner of a busy highway in Brooklyn selling cherries. Meyer said he originally started his candle selling business because he "needed the extra money to buy a car." Meyer eventually expanded to sell his shop items for cleaning and grain, until he opened his first permanent place eventually in Portland, Oregon.


Saturday, February 18, 2017

El Rancho Weekly Ad February 15 - 21, 2017

El Rancho Inc. operates a chain of Hispanic grocery stores. The El Rancho Ad selling groceries, cold cut meats, meat cuts, carnitas, Mexican food, frozen products, fruits and vegetables, dairy products, fish, drinks, desserts, pastries, and tortillas. The company has stores in Dallas, Austin, Lewisville, Cockrell Hill, Fort Worth, Arlington, and Odessa, Texas. El Rancho Inc. was founded in 1988 and is based in Garland, Texas.

El Rancho Supermarket opened its doors in 1988, and since then strives to Hispanics in the United States feel at home. We offer the highest quality products and fresh produce in great variety, just like you are in Mexico. We're always listening to your needs, and will serve in a clean and pleasant environment for your shopping is always a pleasant experience. Our goal is to exceed your expectations.

At El Rancho, try our passion to inspire by providing that "at home" atmosphere every time a customer or an employee to our stores. Founded by bringing strong family values, we are dedicated at the lowest possible price in the highestquality products. Our vision is to make our motto "Rancho For Life" - a reality by building a strong lifetime relationships with our customers. Our goal is to make your family traditions alive every time when you shop to keep us.

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Home Depot Weekly Ad February 16 - 22, 2017

The Home Depot, Inc. is a home improvement supplies retail company that sells tools, also Home Depot Ad and construction products and services. It works great box format stores across the United States (including all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Guam), all 10 provinces of Canada, and the country of Mexico. The company is headquartered in the Atlanta Store Support Center in Cobb County, Georgia, in Greater Atlanta.

In terms of overall revenue reported to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the Home Depot is the largest home improvement retailer in the United States, to rival Lowe's. That works out large warehouse-style buildings average 105,000 ft2 (9755 m2) with megastores in larger facilities; the company's largest store, located in Vauxhall, New Jersey's 225,000 ft2.

Long-time employee Marc Powers, the head of Home Depot's US stores division in 2014. He took the place of Marvin Ellison, who left to become the CEO of J. C. Penney. In January 2016 Home Depot announced the departure of powers as division head, to be replaced by another veteran employee, Ann-Marie Campbell, one of Powers' deputies. The change in leadership is effective from 1 February 2016 Ms Campbell in service of Home Depot for more than 30 years, starting as a cashier in a branch in South Florida. Her most recent role was as president of Home Depot's Southern division.


Shopko Weekly Ad February 16 - 25, 2017

Shopko (Shopko before until June 2007) is a chain of stores based in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin. Shopko was founded in 1962 opened by James Ruben and his first store in Green Bay. From 1991 to 2005, the company held in public, with stock on the New York Stock Exchange trading under the symbol SKO. In December 2005, the company acquired by an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners and returned to private ownership. In 1999, Shopko BOUGHT Pamida, a regional Shopko Ad chain which operated mainly in smaller communities of 3,000 to 8,000 people. Shopko industry Pamida as a separate division to 2007 as Pamida from Shopko is separated and re-established as a separate company. In 2012, Shopko and Pamida merged JSON a company. Shortly afterwards should Pamida stores sores branded Shopko hometown.

Chicago pharmacist James Ruben moved to Green Bay, where he became the first store Shopco at 216 S. Military Avenue in 1962. He envisioned a larger stores with health services, together with its retail operations. As a result, Shopko one of the first chains to offer like services as a pharmacy and eye care center in the store. [Citation needed] The name was later [when?] Change to "Shopko" by dropping the "c" and replace it with a capital "K". In 2007, the logo updated and changed the spelling to "Shopko" with a small "c". Shopko Express stores retained the older style logo until fall 2008 when a new store in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin opened.


Friday, February 17, 2017

Shaw's Weekly Ad February 17 - 23, 2017

Shaw's and Star Market are two American grocery store chains based in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, employs approximately 30,000 employees in 154 stores. Shaws Ad and thirty two stores operating under the auspices of the Shaw's Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, while Star Market operates 22 stores in Massachusetts. Until 2010, Shaw's operates stores sold in all six New England states and from 2011 Shaw's remained the only supermarket chain with stores in five of six after its Connecticut operations. main competitors the chain's Hannaford, Market Basket, Roche Bros. and Stop & Shop. Star Market is a companion store to Shaw's; Shaw's after the rival chain bought in 1999.

Shaw's and Star Market are wholly owned subsidiaries of the Boise, Idaho-based Albert Sons. The combined chain has the largest base of stores operating in New England, but is the third largest behind Quincy, Massachusetts-based Stop & Shop and Scarborough, Maine-based Hannaford Brothers Company; Hannaford operates stores in New York, while Stop & Shop's operations expand in New Jersey, only Shaw's business only in New England. From July 5, 2013, Shaw and Star Market are no longer using loyalty cards in their stores as a way to compete with other local shops that they did not.