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Monday, August 27, 2012

Coudersport Jubilee Changes To Shop & Save

Coudersport Jubilee changed their signs last weekend and are now Shop 'n Save.

New Sign at former Jubilee in Coudersport
Stan Swank, Coudersport Shop 'n Save owner

Signs at the former Coudersport Jubilee supermarket were changed over the weekend. The local store switched suppliers recently and is now known as a Shop 'n Save market. Ownership has not changed, only the store's supplier affiliation.

Locally owned and operated stores in Coudersport and Port Allegany in Pennsyulvania, and Angola, Fillmore and Bolivar have switched to Shop & Save.

Shop 'n Save is one of Minnesota-based Supervalu's retail grocery brands. Supervalu also owns Save-A-Lot and Albertson's. There are more than 100 Shop 'n Save locations in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.


Kathy Brooks said...

Best Wishes Stan & Shop N Save Family !

Anonymous said...

I have but one comment about this, and it is not meant as derogatory, but rather to help solve an issue that I have found since the change.
Maybe it is simply a transitional thing, but it seems that there is a lot less variety and a lot lower stock levels of what is to choose from. I have used this market for many years for my food purchases when I shop in town, but cannot say that I will continue if the issues that I just mentioned are not a temporary transitional thing. I fear though that it is not, as the Port Allegany store appears to have similar issues and that is owned by a different individual. Stan seems to be a great guy, and helps many local organizations. I hope he, and the other store owners, do well with the new venture.

Anonymous said...

You have a good grocery store and you still complain! My hats off to Stan for keeping the store open in these very hard times. Some of the small towns in this area are fast becoming empty and run down. Be thankfull that there are still people like Stan that work very hard and still care about their town!

McElwain Hall said...

Am I old or what? I remember when it was the Market Basket. And before that we had to grow and raise our own. Stop complaining Mr/Ms Anonymous! And best wishes to Mr. Stan and Shop 'n' Save!