An unexpected market will now open in Virginia soon according to the latest retailer reports.
A long-awaited Publix market is coming next month to Virginia in a crowded grocery sector which includes stores such as Walmart, Kroger, and Aldi.
According to a report from SuffolkNewsHerald, the state’s newest Publix store will open on December 13th.
There are currently 1,394 Publix stores in the United States as of November 06, 2023.
The state with the most number of Publix locations in the US is Florida, with 878 stores, which is about 63% of all Publix stores in the US.
In a media release, Publix Super Market announced its location in Planters Station (3189 Godwin Blvd.) will host its grand opening Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2023, at 7 a.m.
The 46,791-square-foot store will employ approximately 130 associates, according to the release.
In Suffolk, Publix will join a crowded grocery sector that includes Aldi, Lidl, Food Lion, Harris Teeter and Kroger and Walmart.
Based in Lakeland, Florida, Publix is the largest employee-owned company in the United States and has nearly 1,400 stores throughout the Southeast, including Florida (832), Georgia (194), Alabama (82), South Carolina (64), Tennessee (52), North Carolina (51) and Virginia (19).
The store is said to still be accepting new applications.
Other Economy News Today
A massive Texas restaurant will now bring more than 250 jobs to California according to new retailer reports.
Popular Texas restaurant chain Texas Roadhouse will soon be opening a new location in California providing 250 full-time and part-time positions.
For perspective, there are currently 630 Texas Roadhouse restaurants in the United States as of September 20, 2023.
The state with the most number of Texas Roadhouse locations in the US is Texas, with 70 restaurants, which is about 11% of all Texas Roadhouse restaurants in the US.
According to the latest report from TheStarNews, the new 1908 Sweetwater Road location will be 8,700 square-feet in size and set for a December 11th opening.
Construction began earlier this year in National City making it the third location in San Diego County, with one in El Cajon and another in Oceanside.
“The reception has been nothing short of amazing,” said Texas Roadhouse Marketing Coach Candice Gomez.
“We are big on community outreach and have been able to partner with many local businesses, sports venues, and schools. We love our locals, and they love us.”
Gomez said that National City was chosen because the “beautiful city if full of culture.”
“You have many different ethnicities, races, and economic backgrounds. We are excited to be a part of this amazing city and bring some great steak to its people,” she said.
Gomez said what differentiates Texas Roadhouse from other steak houses is first, its customer service.
“We have an amazing story of hand-cut steaks, fall-off-the bone ribs, fresh-baked bread, ice-cold beers, and legendary margaritas.
Oh, and the line dancing doesn’t hurt,” she said.
“When you think Texas Roadhouse, you think made-from-scratch and you think fun.”
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