Batavia, OH – This morning Commissioners joined other excited community members for the grand opening celebration of the Main Street Kroger Marketplace located in Amelia/Pierce Township. The new Kroger Marketplace has many unique features, in addition to the fact that it sits in two Clermont County communities. Commissioner David Uible said, “We enjoyed being a part of the ceremony today, we were happy to join in the celebration of job growth, opportunity for development and the generous donations from Kroger that all benefit our local communities.”
Today, leaders announced it is the 2nd largest Kroger Marketplace. It’s also the first area Marketplace to carry apparel, shoes and accessories for men, women and children. This location will carry home décor, kitchen items, home storage, office supplies, toys and furniture, in addition to produce, meats and other groceries. Customers will also find a Baby World department, with cribs, strollers, car seats and more; a Starbucks coffee kiosk; Western Union; The Little Clinic; a drive-through pharmacy; and Fred Meyer Jewelers.
“Kroger is a good partner to all the communities they serve. The Amelia/Pierce Township store is definitely a gem and has a vast variety of goods,” stated Commissioner Ed Humphrey.
The Amelia High School band performed during the ribbon cutting ceremony, radio personality Jim Scott was there from noon-2 p.m. and Bethel Tate High School band performed in the afternoon. The 133,000-square-foot store is located at 262 W. Main St. and is open 24 hours.
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