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12/09/2015

ShopRite to celebrate latest 're-grand opening'


LONG HILL TOWNSHIP, N.J. - ShopRite announced Wednesday that it will celebrate the re-grand opening of its completely remodeled store in Stirling, N.J. with a ribbon cutting celebration on Dec. 10 at 10 a.m.  


 


“We are very excited to mark the official opening of our bigger, better and fresher ShopRite of Stirling location and look forward to continuing our long standing relationship with our valued guests,” stated William Sumas, vice chairman of Village Super Market. “The all new ShopRite of Stirling combines the traditional low prices and value that we’ve always been known for with unique product and service offerings to create the ultimate shopping experience for our loyal customers.”


 


Scheduled to attend the Dec. 10 ribbon cutting ceremony are New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, Long Hill Township Mayor Brendan Rae, Deputy Mayor Bruce Meringolo, Committeeman Guy Piserchia, Administrator Neil Henry and Stirling Fire Chief Emeritus Lou Aroneo.


 


The store is owned and operated by Village Super Market, which also owns and operates 28 ShopRite stores in New Jersey, Maryland and eastern Pennsylvania.   


 


 


 


 

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