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Meijers opens Noblesville location

Meijer has opened a new 90,000-square-foot Meijer Grocery store in Noblesville, Indiana.  “As we celebrate our 90th year as a family-owned retailer, we’re excited to bring our shopping experience to customers in Hamilton County for added convenience near home,” executive chairman Hank Meijer said.

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Meijer has opened a new 90,000-square-foot Meijer Grocery store in Noblesville, Indiana. 

“As we celebrate our 90th year as a family-owned retailer, we’re excited to bring our shopping experience to customers in Hamilton County for added convenience near home,” executive chairman Hank Meijer said. “Our longevity as a company wouldn’t be possible without team members like the ones here in Noblesville, who have worked so hard to prepare this store for opening.”

The new store features convenient digital shopping solutions, including Shop & Scan, which allows shoppers to scan barcodes via a mobile app and bag their items as they shop to make checkout convenient. The store also offers deep discounts on surplus food via the Flashfood app, an expanded area for Meijer Home Delivery and Pickup services, and mPerks rewards to help customers earn on every dollar spent.

The new Noblesville Grocery store is the third Meijer Grocery format store (the first outside Michigan) and the 43rd Meijer store in Indiana. The retailer opened its first store in the Hoosier state in 1994, and now employs more than 10,000 team members statewide, in stores and in its manufacturing facility in Middlebury.

Noblesville Grocery Store Director Travis Bernath and his team welcomed customers this morning with a round of applause, later followed by a ribbon-cutting event, featuring remarks from Meijer president & CEO Rick Keyes and Hank Meijer. Bernath demonstrated the store’s support of the community by presenting a $10,000 donation to Noblesville Youth Baseball to install a new water station at the organization’s facilities and provide fresh fruit to athletes on game days. Last week, the store team donated $15,000 to Fueled for School, an organization working to eliminate hunger and provide access to nutritious food for students in Hamilton County.

“Investing in the communities we serve is a top priority, and we begin that process long before the doors of a new store open,” Keyes said. “We look forward to seeing this store further our purpose of enriching lives in the communities we serve, not just by offering convenient shopping solutions and positive economic impact, but also as a strong and active community partner.”

Meijer donates at least 6 percent of its net profit to charitable organizations annually, and each of its stores works with local food banks and pantries to help fight hunger. Since 2008, the retailer’s Simply Give program has generated more than $90 million for its food pantry partners throughout the Midwest. The Noblesville Grocery store is partnering with Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank for the fall campaign, which runs through September 28.

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