Bi-Lo Holdings said Friday it plans to convert seven of the Harveys stores it is acquiring to the Winn-Dixie banner, and convert three Winn-Dixie stores to Harveys.
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The stores, all located in Georgia, are part of the group of 134 operating stores that B-Lo has agreed to acquired from Delhaize Group. Bi-Lo previously said it planned to convert the Sweetbay stores it is buying to Winn-Dixie and thr Reid’s store to Bi-Lo. Most of the Harveys locations will retain their current banners.
“We carefully evaluated the market areas around each store and made conversion decisions that we believe will work best for customers,” said R. Randall Onstead, president and CEO of Bi-Lo Holdings. “Customers will not see any change to the level of quality they have come to expect from either banner."
The Harvey’s stores that are being converted include three in Brunswick, two in Valdosta and one in Saint Marys. The three Winn-Dixies being converted to Harveys are in Americus, Leesburg and Albany.
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