ACME Marks Grand Re-Opening of Hockessin Store
Jan 23, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
ACME Markets celebrated the grand re-opening of its store at 128 Lantana Drive in Hockessin, Del. with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony.
According to a release, the newly-remodeled store offers customers an expanded variety of the freshest produce, top-quality meat and seafood and a large selection of local products, while offering a new feel to their shopping experience.
ACME said it commemorated the re-opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, January 18. ACME Vice President of Operations Dan Croce was joined by Hockessin Store Director Kim Trincia as well as other ACME executives and local officials at the ceremony where the company made $1,500 in donations to the Hockessin Fire Department, the Police Athletic League of Delaware and the Friends of Hockessin Library. In addition, the company will also donate a park bench made entirely of 3,900 recycled plastic bags to the Cokesbury Village.
"ACME is committed to providing a shopping experience that delivers the products and service that are important to our local community," said Keith Wyche, president, ACME. "When we decided to remodel this location, we kept one thing in mind, the customer experience. We wanted to ensure we added touches that enhance that experience and make shopping fun and enjoyable to our Hockessin neighbors, while providing greater selection and variety. A lot of planning and hard work went into making this store a great neighborhood destination and we are excited to be celebrating the re-opening."
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