July 1st ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for 8 AM; Mayor, Community leaders scheduled to attend
Garfield, NJ (June 25, 2014) – Price Rite announced today that it will celebrate the opening of its newest location in Garfield, NJ with a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 at 8 AM. Scheduled to attend are Garfield Mayor Joseph Delaney and other community leaders.
To commemorate its opening, Price Rite of Garfield will also present a special donation to representatives from the Community FoodBank of New Jersey at the event.
With more than 50 Price Rite locations throughout the Northeast, the Price Rite of Garfield will be the first in New Jersey. Located at 59 Outwater Lane, the 41,000 sq. ft, state-of-the-art store brings nearly 100 full- and part-time jobs to the community.
"My family has been in the grocery business for 60 years and has taught me to always take care of the people you work with and for," said Lawrence Inserra III, president of Inserra Price Rites, a New Jersey based family business which will own and operate this store. "I look forward to working with an incredible team for an incredible town and hope that amongst a variety of competition, our quality, price and people will attract the community to our Price Rite store."
Price Rite’s mission is to provide customers with a “clean, fresh, and friendly” shopping experience every day. Also known for its unmatched value, Price Rite offers customers the same quality foods as traditional supermarkets at about half the price and with the convenience of warehouse club-style shopping without the membership fees or bulk-buying requirements.
Price Rite employs a self service format that includes fresh produce delivered daily; packaged meats; baked goods; a variety of private label and national grocery brands; as well as dairy and frozen food products.
The new store also features some of the industry’s leading “green technologies,” including glass doors on dairy cases, and energy-efficient lighting and refrigeration throughout the store.
To further reduce costs and pass along those savings to customers, Price Rite does not advertise or publish a weekly circular. Customers are encouraged to use their own bags or buy reusable bags as needed for 10¢ each, which benefits the environment while containing costs. By focusing on keeping operating costs low, Price Rite is proud to pass significant savings along to its customers.
For more information, please visit www.PriceRitesupermarkets.com.
About Price Rite
With stores throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Maryland, Virginia and New Jersey, Price Rite offers customers an expanded produce department and quality food products at savings up to 50 percent less than traditional supermarkets. The typical Price Rite store is about 35,000 to 40,000 square feet in size and employs anywhere from 50 to 100 associates. The first Price Rite opened in West Springfield, MA in 1995. For more information, please visit www.priceritesupermarkets.com.