Kroger Invests $84M into Store Openings and Remodels; Ann Reed Comments



Kroger Invests $84M into Store Openings and Remodels; Ann Reed Comments


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CINCINNATI, OH - A significant retail investment is taking place at the hands of Kroger. We recently learned that the chain plans to invest $84 million to open a new store and remodel 15 locations in the Cincinnati, Ohio, area.

Ann Reed, Cincinnati/Dayton Division President, Kroger

"This investment is yet another demonstration of the commitment Kroger makes each and every day to the customers and communities in which we serve," Ann Reed, Cincinnati/Dayton Division President, said in a statement. "It also reconfirms our dedication to increasing career advancement for our associates, economic growth, and supporting local producers who supply our stores with high-quality products."

According to WLWT5, $39 million will be funneled into a new Hamilton Township store in Warren County. The store will feature an enhanced produce aisle among many other improvements made to its perimeter departments.

Kroger plans to invest $84 million to open a new store and remodel 15 locations in the Cincinnati, Ohio, area

The news source went on to note that $45 million will be allocated to store renovations at 15 locations in Ohio and Indiana. We are unsure what the renovations will entail, but Kroger’s renewed focus on fresh may come into play.

ANUK will continue to keep our eyes on the retail landscape, so stick with us.

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