Several Northern Virginia area Aldi locations got a facelift – and they’re getting ready for their grand re-opening on May 12.
According to a release, Aldi – an international discount grocery chain – did renovations on 30 of their stores in the Northern Virginia/Washington D.C. area, investing more than $30 million into the project.
“The new ALDI store look delivers on its customers’ desire for a modern and convenient shopping experience with a focus on fresh items, including more robust produce, dairy and bakery sections. Remodeled stores will also feature a modern design, open ceilings, natural lighting and environmentally-friendly building materials – such as recycled materials, energy-saving refrigeration and LED lighting,” stated a release.
In Prince William County, Aldi selected to remodel their Manassas locations at 9714 Liberia Avenue and 10294 Portsmouth Road.
At the Liberia Avenue location, there will be a grand opening ceremony at 8 a.m. with a ribbon cutting, a “Golden Ticket” giveaway, and a sweepstakes for free produce for a year, according to a release.
“It has been a pleasure to serve the Washington, DC community for 19 years, and we’re pleased to invest more than $30 million in updating our Washington, DC-area stores to better serve our existing and new customers. We know there’s only one way to attract and keep fans: continually providing the highest-quality products, while staying true to what our competitors can’t match – everyday low prices,” stated Aldi Frederick division Vice President Jeff Baehr in a release.
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