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FARMER JACK CONTINUES $40 MILLION REDO, ANNOUNCES GRAND UNVEILING OF TOTALLY RENOVATED WARREN, MADISON HEIGHTS AND DETROIT STORES

 FARMER JACK CONTINUES $40 MILLION REDO, ANNOUNCES GRAND UNVEILING
 OF TOTALLY RENOVATED WARREN, MADISON HEIGHTS AND DETROIT STORES
 DETROIT, July 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Farmer Jack Supermarkets has again announced the grand remodeling of the company's three completely renovated community food markets located at 4242 East Ten Mile Road at Ryan in Warren, 29200 Campbell at Twelve Mile Road in Madison Heights, and 2411 Central at Pitt in Detroit. The stores will officially open at 8 a.m. on Monday, July 6. The announcement of the company's three latest renovations was made by Larry G. Zettle, chairman, A&P and Farmer Jack Supermarkets in Michigan. This brings the completed renovations to a total of 17, with 35 more forthcoming.
 Farmer Jack recently completed renovation of the 42,000-square-foot Warren, 40,000-square-foot Madison Heights and 35,000-square-fns that are impo rt t to our customers who live in the surrounding areas. Coupled with our low pricing structure, the new services offered, we know, will be a positive growth strategy for our company."
 Both new Farmer Jack community food markets will offer low prices, 28,000 products, and introduce these new innovative specialty shops and time-saving services:
 -- Remodeled family deli with a wide selection of lunch meats and cheeses, as well as catering for parties. Plus, for the joy of not cooking, Farmer Jack offers daily heat n' serve entrees, with a "hot" foods section.
 -- Fast, accurate checkout with all the lanes having scanners for faster checkout. MasterCard, Discover or VISA are accepted on all purchases. Additionally, customers can use their Magic Line Bank Card to pay for groceries conveniently at the checkout counter.
 -- Expanded fresh produce with more than 250 items including exotic fruits and vegetables from around the world, all 100 percent guaranteed for freshness.
 -- Customer service counter offering Western Union, carpet cleaning rental equipment, postage stamps, money orders and one-day photo processing including double prints. There is also a complete in-store pharmacy at the Madison Heights and Detroit locations.
 -- Expanded dairy and frozen foods with full selection of Stouffer's, Weight Watchers and Healthy Choice products, all geared to the new health-conscious consumer.
 -- New bulk foods department (available at Madison Heights location only).
 -- Fresh bakery, where everything is baked fresh daily (Madison Heights only).
 -- Fresh fish market from the lakes, or fresh from the sea, live lobsters are also available (at Madison Heights location only).
 WARREN, 4242 East Ten Mile Road
 Manager Jim Entrekin
 Asst. Manager Don Kutschman
 Asst. Manager Jim Kwiatkowski
 Customer Service Kelly Kuznia
 Dairy John Burns
 Meat John Buckman
 Produce Jerry Link
 Deli Rita Trinder
 Frozen Dale Otto
 Head Cashier Donna Kilby
 Home Center Cindy Collins
 MADISON HEIGHTS, 29200 Campbell
 Manager Stan Winiarski
 Asst. Manager Ron Handlen
 Asst. Manager John Kolakowski
 Customer Service Kim Valentine
 Dairy Jim Gehart
 Meat Terry Adams
 Produce Gary Loverde
 Deli Bill Hurt
 Head Cashier Jan Philpott
 Home Center Caroline Schraffenberger
 Hearth Oven Bakery Sammi Newman
 DETROIT, 2411 Central
 Manager Tom Bonsanko
 Asst. Manager Steve Trumitch
 Asst. Manager Terrance Dawkins
 Customer Service Kathy Poole
 Dairy Angelo Nappo
 Meat Tim Stucki
 Produce Ray McCoy
 Deli Jim Kusniera
 Home Center Irene Ruiz
 -0- 7/2/92
 /CONTACT: Paul Coleman of Farmer Jack and A&P Supermarkets, 313-270-1140; or Angie Bournias of Creative Services, 313-964-4670, for Farmer Jack and A&P Supermarkets/
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