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Winn-Dixie to celebrate remodeled store openings

Winn-Dixie announced that it will officially be opening three remodeled stores within the Louisiana area.

The store makeover came on the heels of consumers asking the retailer for an improved shopping experience in the Northshore area, the company said.

To reintroduce the community to the improved locations, the retailer, which is part of the Southeastern Grocers portfolio, will host ribbon-cutting ceremonies on Sept. 8 at the remodeled stores including:

  • Store 1443 at 70431 Hwy 21 in Covington, La.;

  • Store 1448 at 2100 Collins Blvd in Covington, La.; and

  • Store 1500 at 4100 Hwy 59 in Mandeville, La.

“Winn-Dixie is proud to continue our strong commitment, of more than sixty years, to Louisiana communities with our three newly remodeled Covington and Mandeville stores, offering exceptional service and the freshest products at the right price,” Anthony Hucker, president and CEO of Southeastern Grocers, said. “We take pride in the renewal of our stores, but we are also honored to engage in solid community partnerships, which help to make St. Tammany Parish, and the region, stronger.”

The first 500 customers to arrive at each of the remodeled locations will receive a mystery gift that is valued between $5 and $500. In addition, the community also is invited to a free Community Celebration event for Winn-Dixie at store 1443, the company said.

“Louisiana is an area rich in culture and heritage, and our customers can count on us to honor that tradition by offering unique local products and serving the people of this wonderful community,” Hucker said. “Celebrating Winn-Dixie Day with Northshore leaders and community partners allows us to show support for local organizations and loyal customers who have supported Winn-Dixie for the past sixty years.”
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