Farm Boy Place d'Orleans Opening July 19th
Business Posted by OttawaStart on July 17, 2012
Eastern Ontario-based Farm Boy Inc. (Farm Boy™), a locally-owned retail grocer specializing in quality fresh foods and exceptional customer service, will open its newest East end location at 3035 St. Joseph Boulevard on July 19th at 8:00 am.
Featuring spectacular floor-to-ceiling glass windows that flood the store with natural light, the newest location includes shopper friendly features like a 24-foot salad bar, barista coffee counter and hot and ready favourites. The new eat-in seating area that overlooks the outdoor patio with canopy and greenery is sure to be a customer favourite.
Customers are invited to celebrate the new 21,000-square-foot store at the store's grand opening barbecue fundraiser, in support of the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) on Saturday, July 21st from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. CHEO Bear, Lulu the cow and local favourite Crash the clown will all be on site to entertain. All proceeds go to CHEO.
"Classic values and a strong sense of community steer our success," said Jeff York, Farm Boy CEO. "We are excited to deliver on our promise of providing our customers with the very best fresh shopping experience and especially pleased to be returning to this area of Orleans with our newest store."
With this new store and more growth on the horizon,Farm Boy continues to build on its unique recipe for success: delivering the freshest, best-tasting foods and friendly service.
About Farm Boy Inc.
Farm Boy is a locally owned food retailer recognized for its produce, meat, bakery, cheese and chef prepared items. Incorporated in 1981, the company provides a unique shopping experience in comparison to big box retailers or traditional grocers. Additionally,Farm Boy produces its own extensive line of private label products made with absolute dedication to the highest standards of quality and freshness. Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, the company currently has 11 stores in the Greater Ottawa and Cornwall regions with more stores planned for 2012.
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