Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Bottom Dollar confirms 14 stores for Pittsburgh

Rumors have swirled about Bottom Dollar's expansion to Pittsburgh (see my July 11 blog post: Bottom Dollar planning at least 9 stores in Pittsburgh), and now Delhaize America has confirmed it, according to a report in the Supermarket News. Bottom Dollar said 14 stores will open in the Pittsburgh and Youngstown, Ohio markets, and approximately 600 jobs will be created.

The store, founded in 2005 in North Carolina, now has 47 locations in five states. The Greater Philadelphia market (including the Lehigh Valley) currently has 16 stores, 14 of which are in Pennsylvania.

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