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Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Work to freshen up the Kroger store at Lakeside Plaza in Salem has begun.
The 52,000-square-foot store is getting new decor, a new floral department, new restrooms, a new employee break room, new check out lanes and self-check out stations, and new cases, shelving and lighting, according to a news release from the grocer. Kroger is spending $3.75 million on the remodel.
The store, which had been open 24 hours, has cut back its hours to accommodate the work. For the next five months, it will be open from 6 a.m. to midnight, the news release said.
Kroger does not have plans to remodel any of its other Roanoke Valley stores this year, according to spokesman John Lambert.
Last year the Kroger store on Rutgers Street in northwest Roanoke was remodeled. In 2009, Kroger remodeled and expanded the Blacksburg store on South Main Street, the Hardy store at Westlake and the Vinton store.
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