A well-known cheap supermarket business is moving through with its ambitious growth plan, and the next month will see the grand launch of two new locations.
According to the website the chain, Aldi will shortly establish two new shops in the state of Florida, one of which will be located in Crestview and the other in Miami.
The AT&T shop and Staples office supply shop will be located just across the street from the future location of the Crestview store, which will be located at 2680 S. Ferdon Blvd., just to the south of a Panera Bread.
According to the website for Aldi, the grand opening for the Crestview location will take place on May 18 at 9 a.m., with a sneak peek taking place on May 17.
The Miami location of the shop will be at 3750 South Dixie Highway; it will be in a lively neighborhood that is just across the street from the Douglas Road Metrorail Station and only a short drive away from the University of Miami.
According to the website, the grand opening for the newest Aldi will take place on June 1 at 8:30 a.m. and will be followed by a ribbon cutting. On May 31, customers will have the opportunity to have a sneak peek at the store.
Customers who attend any of the two grand openings will have a chance to win a gift card to the value of $500 throughout the course of the first few days.
At the grand opening of the Crestview locations, the first one hundred customers at each location will get a Golden Ticket, which has a potential value of up to one hundred dollars.
According to Aldi’s website, the opening days of both shops will feature activities in which the first one hundred customers will get a free bag loaded with Aldi items. Additionally, complimentary shopping totes will be available while supplies last on each opening day.
According to a news release issued by the firm, Aldi made the announcement before the end of the previous month that it will be opening 120 new shops in the United States this year, with a total of more than 2,400 outlets throughout the country by the end of 2023.
“We know that once customers experience the Aldi difference, they will keep shopping with us, even when the economy improves,” said Jason Hart, the CEO of Aldi in the United States. “While inflation is undoubtedly driving an unprecedented demand for affordable groceries, we know that once customers experience the Aldi difference, they will keep shopping with us.”
In the previous year, Aldi established 139 new shops and modified 139 existing ones. According to the news announcement, the firm acquired ownership of 35 additional sites in the span of just the first three months of this year.
Whereas most supermarkets sell mostly name brands, Aldi focuses on selling its own signature and store brands at prices that are far cheaper.