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Albertson's unveils new look


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Albertsons employees and managers, along with Chamber of Commerce officials, the Mayor or Price, and other city officials gather in mid July for the Grand re-opening of the new Albertsons store, located in the Creekview Shopping Center. Pictured with the scissors are store manager Dick Raich and Mayor Joe Piccalo.

In mid-July Albertson's unveiled its new look in the Price store. Albertson's held an open house for its full service retail.

Store Director Dick Raich, a 20-year Albertson's employee, has served Price residents for three years. "I am excited to share our store's new look with the Price community," said Raich, adding, "We have a great team in place to serve our neighbors and it's goal is to be the supermarket of choice here in Price."

Offering new and expanded services, the 41,000-square-foot store features wide aisles and a convenient layout, which represents the new store design that caters to the communities Albertson's serves.

The store offers a diverse selection of products and services including a full service pharmacy, full service deli, full service bakery, full service butcher, video shop and film processing.


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