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Albany Winn-Dixie Stores will convert to Harveys

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ALBANY, GA - (WALB) -

Bi-LO Holdings, LLC says the Winn-Dixie stores in Albany, Leesburg and Americus will close on Saturday, June 7 and reopen on June 13 as Harveys.

The Winn-Dixie stores that will convert to Harveys are located at 2800 Old Dawson Road in Albany, 1553 US 19S Leesburg and 1208 Crawford Street in Americus.

Winn Dixie pharmacies will remain open as usual at these three stores during the conversion process.

"Upon reopening as a Harveys, customers will be pleased to see the same smiling faces they have known for years as well as daily in-store savings programs from Harveys," said Jimmy Purvis, Harveys' regional vice president. "Plus, we will continue to offer traditional Winn-Dixie in-store savings programs, like the fuelperks! fuel reward program, which lets customers earn incredible gas savings every time they shop with their Harveys Hometown Rewards Key."

Bi-Lo recently converted the existing Harveys stores it purchased from Delhaize in April and May of this year.

Bi-Lo's purchase of the Harveys brand from Delhaize was approved by the Federal Trade Commission in February.

 

 

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