INDIANAPOLIS Marsh Supermarkets announced Tuesday it will celebrate five store conversions on Thursday, hosting a staff meet-and-greet for customers from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
The five stores, each a former LoBill Foods, have been newly updated, the company stated. Four of the five locations will operate under the Marsh Hometown Market banner with the Noblesville location joining the two existing Noblesville stores under the Marsh banner.
The newly converted stores bring the number of Marsh Hometown Markets to 46.
“Between the five locations, Marsh has committed nearly $1 million to update the stores,” stated Frank Lazaran, Marsh chairman, chief executive officer and president.
Marsh is launching two special customer programs at these five stores, including a New Mom’s program that provides savings on items new parents frequently purchase and a Senior Rewards program, which provides 5 percent discounts on Thursdays for shoppers 60 years and older.