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Camilla Harvey's set to reopen

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CAMILLA, GA (WALB) -

Harvey's Supermarket in Camilla is one of ten about to reopen after being closed for the past five days.

Bi-Lo Holdings recently bought the chain and is making renovations and upgrades to many of the popular stores.

"The biggest difference they will see is a new line of private label," said Regional Vice President Jimmy Purvis. "They will see some additional assortment that is being added to our stores, they will see new ways to save."

The store will re-open at 7 o'clock Friday morning.

About a dozen more Harvey's stores around south Georgia, including six in Albany, will close for renovations at the end of next week.

 

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