Weis Markets Completes Expansion of Willow Street Store and Plans Manheim Expansion
Weis Markets today said it has completed the 10,000-square-foot expansion and extensive remodel of its Willow Street store and announced its plans to expand its store on Doe Street in Manheim later this summer.
Weis Markets’ Willow Street store, which was open during construction, is located on Willow Street Pike. As a result of the expansion/remodel, this store now has the standard features of the company’s latest store design, which offers larger perishable departments, more variety, a larger pharmacy and an increased selection of organic and natural products in every department.
“We have upgraded and improved our Willow Street store in every conceivable way. Essentially, we’ve added the equivalent of seven additional aisles to our Willow Street store. As a result, our store now offers more of everything,” said Dennis Curtin, Weis Markets’ spokesman. “We appreciate our customers’ patience during the project and look forward to serving them in what is essentially a new store.”
Weis Markets Grand Re-Opening will take place on Sunday May 20. As part of the Grand Re-Opening, Weis Markets announced its $25,000 donation to Lancaster General for Phase II of its Women’s Heart Health program in Lancaster County. The store is also making individual donations of $1000 to the Lampeter Fire Company No. 1 and the Willow Street Fire Company.
Weis Markets Willow Street store now has:
-A produce department that has increased in size by nearly 50%. As a result, Produce now has a larger selection of standard, organic and natural produce.
-A new specialty cheese department offering more than domestic and imported cheeses.
-An expanded deli with a sit-down café, pizza kitchen and convenience register.
-A natural and organic food section
-An expanded service seafood and meat counters.
-An expanded selection of natural meats, poultry and pork.
-A larger pharmacy with an expanded counseling area
-Two additional self scan lanes.
-An expanded center store with larger HBC, dairy, frozen and specialty food sections.
Earlier this spring, at its annual shareholder meeting, Weis Markets Vice Chairman Jonathan Weis announced his company’s plans to invest $72 million in it capital program. The majority of this budget will be invested in new stores, expansions and remodels.
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