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Harps Foods Retailers in Jay, Oklahoma. Picture courtesy: Harps Food items Outlets.

Harps Food items Outlets, Inc. will host a grand opening of its freshly reworked grocery retail outlet in Jay, Oklahoma, on March 22, the Springdale, Arkansas-primarily based grocery retailer introduced on Thursday.

The 25,000-sq.-foot keep will be situated at 1107 South Main Road, which was formerly a Walmart, the grocer mentioned.

The new retail outlet, which has undergone an substantial renovation, features an updated interior as properly as on the net purchasing and a curbside pickup option on its site for its consumers at

“The rework of the Harps retailer was a substantial financial investment in the store’s potential, and it is the end result of the company’s motivation to providing the very best over-all browsing practical experience to their valued customers,” the grocery retailer stated in a statement.

Shoppers at the revamped retail outlet will have entry to a wide range of deliver, Harps Black Angus beef, a large choice of all-pure pork and poultry, deli and signature bakery products and solutions, as perfectly as perfectly-stocked grocery, overall health and splendor treatment, dairy, and frozen departments.

Previously this 7 days, the grocery retailer announced it will open up its third Ace Components shop owned and operated by Harps Foods Stores future to the transformed grocery shop.  In 2020, Harps expanded further than foods into hardware to aid grow revenue. The other two Ace Components places are in Charleston, Arkansas, and Dexter, Missouri. The 9,648-square-foot hardware retailer will open up on March 20.  

Previous year, Harps named J. Max Van Hoose president and Newsweek Magazine ranked Harps Food stuff Shops the third-most effective grocery store retailer in the nation based mostly on its purchaser poll.

 “J. Max has shown his worth to Harps in a wonderful many approaches in the course of his tenure as EVP, and I am pretty happy to see this well-deserved promotion just take place,” stated Kim Eskew, chairman and CEO of Harps, in a statement last calendar year saying Max’s appointment.

Staff-owned Harps operates 143 retailers in six states: Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Kansas. Established by Harvard and Floy Harp in Springdale, Arkansas, in 1930, the business now employs more than 7,200 associates.

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