BI-LO on Hudson Road introduces new concept with shopping enhancements, ceremonies

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Tuesday, August 30, 2016

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BI-LO on Hudson Road introduces new concept with shopping enhancements, ceremonies
The BI-LO at 2460 Hudson Road in Greer will introduce the grocery store’s newest concept on Thursday with new shopping enhancements and ceremonies.

A ribbon cutting will be held at 10 a.m. with the Clemson Tiger mascot and cheerleaders as part of the celebration.

“BI-LO was born in Greenville and we’re proud of the nearly 55 years of commitment and service to this great community, including more than 24 years of service at our Greer location,” said Ian McLeod, President and CEO of the parent company, Southeastern Grocers.

“We recognize that Greenville is one of the fastest growing cities in the South, so we want to continue to invest in improved shopping experiences for our customers,” said McLeod.

The improved Greer store is the third BI-LO to undergo a transformation of this kind. Among the enhancements customers will experience are:

• New facade signage and a fresh, contemporary color palate and modern store signage inside.

• Updated farm-fresh produce department featuring more than 25 items set on fresh ice daily with local produce from Walter P. Rawl & Sons, McLeod Farms, Fowler’s Farm and others.

• A bakery department offering fresh, hot mini-donuts made in-store and updated café seating with fresh coffee options.

• The Kitchen offering customers an in-house, stone hearth pizza oven and smokehouse. Brisket and pulled pork will be slow cooked in house for 10 - 12 hours, and BI-LO chefs are making a signature pizza sauce and marinades from scratch.

• Upgraded Butcher and Seafood Shop with a team of more than 100 years of combined experience serving the community.

• A full-service seafood department offering shoppers a variety of seafood assortments, including 4-star best aquaculture practices certified sustainable salmon, fresh catch of the day and locally made sushi.

• An expanded natural section with a variety of natural and organic offerings.

• “Down Down” prices have a distinctive red hand pointing to prices that are down.

• Meal solutions to feed your family for under $10 by award winning chef Curtis Stone.

• The store will be open seven days at week 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.





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