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$40 MILLION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT CONTINUES -- BELLEVILLE, CENTER LINE A&P STORES UNVEIL RENOVATIONS, NAME CHANGE

 $40 MILLION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT CONTINUES --
 BELLEVILLE, CENTER LINE A&P STORES UNVEIL RENOVATIONS, NAME CHANGE
 DETROIT, June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Farmer Jack Supermarkets announced the grand re-naming and remodeling of the company's two completely renovated community food markets located at Belleville Road at I-94 in Belleville and 7215 East 10 Mile Road in Center Line. The stores will officially open at 8 a.m. on Sunday, June 28. The announcement of the company's two latest renovations was made by Larry G. Zettle, chairman, A&P and Farmer Jack Supermarkets in Michigan.
 Farmer Jack recently completed renovation of the 42,000-square-foot Belleville and 38,000-square-foot Center Line locations, added its signature departments, and is now ready to serve both communities as Farmer Jack stores. Over 30 new jobs will be created for each store. Both locations will be open seven days a week.
 According to Zettle, "We are extremely pleased to continue our growth in communities that have supported us for many, many years. Belleville and Center Line residents are our family; their people work with us and have helped renovate this facility. They shop with us and have greatly contributed to the national success of our company. It is with great pride that we reopen these two outstanding new food markets dedicated to serving both the Belleville and Center Line communities. We have embarked on an important capital plan in Michigan, with over $40 million worth of remodeling and improvements for our customers and employees. We've developed a comprehensive remodeling program throughout southeastern Michigan and are quite proud of the progress that we've made in just a few short months."
 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.
 -- Expanded 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.
 -- Fresh bakery, where everything is baked fresh daily.
 -- Fresh fish market from the lakes, or fresh from the sea, live lobsters are also available.
 CENTER LINE
 Manager Mel Schmidt
 Front End Manager Nancy Richmond
 Asst. Manager Chad Watson
 Asst. Manager Scott Jackson
 Bakery Beverly Teague
 Dairy Thomas Rock
 Meat Jim Bloodworth
 Produce Gary Michaels
 Deli Pat Ales
 BELLEVILLE
 Manager Bryan Long
 Co-Manager Epson Johnson
 Asst. Manager John Blanchard
 Front End Manager Felicia Scudder
 Produce Tom Cunningham
 Deli David Allmond
 Dairy Jerry Hagar
 Meat Don Jamo
 Bakery Evelyn Rosenberg
 Bookkeeper Catherine Parisian-Ravens
 Seafood Allen Enger
 -0- 6/25/92
 /NOTE: Representatives from the following cities will be in attendance at the official ribbon cutting.
 9 a.m. Belleville Farmer Jack, Belleville Road at I-94
 -- Supervisors and other officials from Belleville and Van
 Buren Township
 2 p.m. Center Line Farmer Jack, 7215 East 10 Mile Road
 -- Mayor Mary Ann Zielinski and other officials will be in
 attendance
 CONTACT: Paul Coleman of Farmer Jack and A&P Supermarkets, 313-270-1140/
 (GAP) CO: Farmer Jack and A&P Supermarkets ST: Michigan IN: REA SU:


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