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BI-LO REVEALS THREE UPDATED STORES IN SOUTH CAROLINA IN MARCH

Posted April 3, 2012
BI-LO REVEALS THREE UPDATED STORES IN SOUTH CAROLINA IN MARCH

Store Refreshes Provide Shoppers with Enhanced Shopping Experience

GREENVILLE, S.C. (April 2, 2012) – Over the last month, BI-LO has revealed three newly updated stores along the South Carolina coast, with donations of more than $8,700 to community organizations on behalf of BI-LO Charities. Two stores in Hilton Head (95 Matthews Dr. and 70 Pope Ave.) and one store in Mt. Pleasant (1909 N. Highway 17) were all part of BI-LO’s remodel program in March providing customers with an unrivaled fresh, new shopping experience.

The company is committed to making grocery shopping simple, offering customers incredible variety at the lowest price along with one-stop services at a great value so that they don’t have to sacrifice on the things that matter the most to them. This commitment is evident through not only the detailed care taken in updating the store, but the company’s dedication to supporting the communities in which it operates.

BI-LO carefully works on revamping its store designs and layout, as well as developing new offerings focused on quality and savings to offer its customers continued savings without sacrifice. From the moment shoppers arrive at any of the stores, they first notice updated aspects such as a warmer and richer color palette and the installation of modern décor that envelopes the locations. The improved look and feel of the stores is just one of the ways BI-LO is working to provide unbeatable value and service to the public.

“BI-LO believes in offering our customers the highest possible standards and this remodel program speaks directly to that,” said BI-LO President Michael Byars. “We continually promise to offer our customers the lowest prices, the freshest products and the best customer service. We've been able to deliver on that promise and give customers a vibrant and modern atmosphere in which to shop."

The enhanced departments and signature food items in these updated stores showcase the improved freshness, variety and quality the company strives to provide customers, including:
• Their Gold Star line of meat featuring a selection of locally raised and always fresh chicken and incredibly tender pork, and only the most popular, highest-quality brand of beef in America: Certified Angus Beef®
• A knowledgeable BI-LO butcher who can custom cut, grind or cube, and provide grilling and preparation tips, all for free
• A wide variety of seafood including Chef’s Catch and Lakehouse Catfish, available only at BI-LO
• A produce department with an open-market feel featuring BI-LO’s triple-inspected Walter’s Produce
• Lip Lickin’ Fried Chicken, fresh-sliced Sara Lee meats and cheeses, Signature Deli Pizza, Sweet Dreams Custom Cakes and Gourmet Cookies, along with fresh artisan breads, muffins, pastries
and doughnuts
• A free Wi-Fi café to relax, enjoy a cup of coffee or a snack and surf the web
Byars continued, “BI-LO‘s remodel program will provide our customers the satisfaction they deserve while grocery shopping. We look forward to continuing to meet the needs of the communities we serve."
For more information about BI-LO and its newly remodeled stores, visit www.bi-lo.com.
  

About BI-LO
Headquartered in Mauldin, S.C., BI-LO operates 206 supermarkets in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee, employing approximately 16,995 people. Founded in 1961, the company provides shoppers substantial savings without sacrificing quality or freshness through its BI-LO BONUSCARD® and other exclusive programs. A committed corporate citizen, BI-LO has donated more than $58 million through its BI-LO Charities efforts to organizations across the company’s footprint since 1983. For more information, visit www.bi-lo.com.
 

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