On Wednesday, April 19th, the Kroger store in Short Pump hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate the completion of a renovation at its store located at 11895 W. Broad Street.
To mark the occasion, Henrico County Supervisor Tommy Branin made remarks, and Henrico Economic Development Authority Executive Director Anthony Romanello and staff attended, along with Kroger Mid-Atlantic leadership and store associates.
To honor the renovation’s grand opening, Kroger handed out $5 gift cards for the first 100 customers and offered 20 cents off fuel. That continues through Saturday.
At the event, Kroger Mid-Atlantic announced a $4,500 donation to Keep Virginia Cozy, an organization with a mission to protect wilderness and inspire all Virginians to care for our wild places.
Improvements include an integrated natural and organic foods with similar products, an expanded adult beverage section, and new floors.
“We are pleased to offer our Short Pump customers an enhanced store with more convenient shopping options,” said James Menees, corporate affairs manager for Kroger Mid-Atlantic. “We are thankful for our customers’ continued support throughout the renovation.”
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