Kroger will Celebrate Grand Re-Opening of Clintonville Store with Special Family Event on Wednesday, August 16

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Remodeled store represents a $1.9 million investment and brings Starbucks and other amenities to community

Westerville, OH (August 7, 2017) – Kroger invites shoppers to the grand re-opening celebration for its Clintonville store, located at 3417 N. High St., on Wednesday, August 16, 4-6 p.m. Guests may register to win one of ten $100 Kroger gift cards, sample food and get a free immunization check-up in the pharmacy. The store will also offer face painting and balloon sculpting for children.

The remodeled 39,405-square-foot Kroger represents a $1.9 million investment in the Clintonville community and brings a new StarbucksÒ location and a Murray’s Cheese shop. The location added many new products, including a selection of artisan bread.

“Customers will enjoy the store’s new product selections and the convenience of having a Starbucks location where they shop,” said Jordan Budde, Clintonville Kroger store leader. “Our 145 associates look forward to providing customers the same level of quality service they came to expect in the past.”

The Clintonville Kroger is open daily from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m., with pharmacy hours 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

For more information about the updated store or the grand re-opening celebration, call (614) 263-1766.

About Kroger’s Columbus Division:

Since 1907, Kroger’s Columbus Division has been serving customers throughout central Ohio. Today, more than 21,000 associates assist customers in 121 supermarkets, 120 pharmacies and 90 fuel centers throughout central and northwest Ohio, as well as southeast Michigan and the Ohio River Valley region. The Columbus Division is home to Kroger’s Great Lakes Distribution Center, The Kroger Bakery, Tamarack Dairy and Kroger Pharmacy’s regional fulfillment center.  Focusing its charitable efforts on hunger relief, supporting our nation’s military, breast cancer awareness and local school and education programs, the division donated $4 million in 2016 to more than 4500 local non-profits through the division’s Kroger Community Rewards program. Since 2010, the division has donated more than $2 million to Feeding America food banks throughout the region. Committed to environmental sustainability, currently all division stores participate in organics recycling and 20 stores have earned Energy Star certification through the EPA for reducing energy consumption.