“We want Wooster to have the type of grocery store its residents desire, with the amenities and pricing that are important to them,” stated Bob Buehler, vice president of marketing and merchandising. There will be an unprecedented effort to involve community groups, existing and new customers in the planning of the new Milltown store. Small groups, panels and community representation are all being planned and organized as a way to get fresh input and perspective into the process.
The upgraded Milltown store is not just about the facility and outstanding customer service. Pricing and product will also play an important role. Many projects are underway in the existing stores to lower prices, improve products, test new types of departments and improve our offerings to customers.
More information will be released in the coming months as the process to create the new Milltown store progresses. The customer and community panels have begun to be formed and the first meetings are scheduled in May.
Dan Buehler stated that “...our legacy and success in Wooster has always been directly related to our closeness to and involvement with the community. What better way to design a new store than to include the community and our customers into the process?”
Buehler’s Fresh Foods is a family owned, local Ohio company, founded in 1929, and is part of the E&H Family Group. There are 13 Buehler’s Fresh Foods locations and nine ACE hardware locations in Ohio.
Supermarkets are located in Wooster (2), New Philadelphia, Dover, Ashland, Orrville, Medina (2), Coshocton, Delaware, Wadsworth, Jackson Township and Brunswick. ACE Hardware stores are located in New Philadelphia, Dover, Orrville, Medina, Delaware, Jackson Township, Independence, Rocky River and Westlake, late summer of 2012. E&H Family Group is committed to environmentally responsible behavior. For more information visit http://www.buehlers.com.
Published: May 2, 2012