Aldi, the fast-growing discount grocer, held the grand opening of its new store in Fairfield on Thursday. In typical grand opening fashion for Aldi, a Golden Ticket giveaway followed the 8:30 am ribbon cutting. In addition, 100 customers received gift cards and a cloth shopping bag. Andrew Feinblatt of OnSite Retail Group represented Aldi in the purchase of the 2.2 acre site for the new 22,150 square foot store at 5065 Pleasant Avenue. Feinblatt represents the grocer across southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky.
As Sue Kiesewetter reported in the Cincinnati Enquirer on January 12th, Aldi is the first low-cost grocer to enter the Fairfield market. She also noted “The Aldi features the company’s new design that includes open ceilings, natural lighting and environmentally-friendly building materials – including recycled materials and LED lighting, according to Sarah Brown, Aldi’s Springfield division vice president.”
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