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Hometown Market nears end of major remodel to the Huntington store

Hometown Market is celebrating its remodel beginning Wednesday at the Huntington store. A ribbon cutting will be held on June 6 at 10 a.m.

Hometown Market in Huntington has made a significant investment in the community as it has remodeled the town's only grocery store. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held on Sat. June 6 at 10 a.m.

Free bags of groceries will be given to the first 200 shoppers at the ribbon cutting.

Tom Potter the third-generation storeowner of Hometown Market said, "We want to invite everyone to the ribbon cutting ceremony and while you're there enter to win a Western Family shopping spree and a stainless steel BBQ that will be given away next week.

"We feel to live up to our name we must grow with the community," said Potter. "Some have asked why we would make such a substantial remodel in a smaller town like Huntington, and we respond that it is simply the right thing to do for our loyal shoppers."

The store has a new exterior, but the more impactful improvements are on the inside. New energy-efficient lighting highlights the tremendous variety in meat, produce, grocery, frozen, bakery, deli, and health and beauty items. The new floor and décor also add a fresh look.

"It is exciting for us to offer an enhanced shopping experience to our friends in Emery County," said Potter. "This is something we have worked hard for and we are excited to offer it to the community.

"We appreciate the patience of our wonderful customers through the construction process. As always, we have kept our customers' best interests in mind and hope people will enjoy the new enhancements."

As a member of Associated Food Stores, Hometown Market benefits from the cooperative buying power of nearly 500 stores in eight western states.

The new sales ad starts on Wednesday in the store and will offer special deals and special prices throughout the grand re-opening week.

Hometown Market offers competitive prices.

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