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Super Saver Weekly Ad Circular

Super Saver Weekly Ad - Super Saver Foods is an American price-impact grocery franchise. It is currently owned by Albertsons LLC. It is a no-frills grocery store where the customers bag their own groceries at the checkout. Super Saver stores are located in Utah. Super Saver was a brand launched by the Acme grocery chain in 1970 on the East Coast as discount format grocery stores. The format was established in order to compete with lower priced grocery retailers such as ShopRite and Pathmark (competitors which did not offer trading stamps). The brand was retired in 1982 (though some isolated stores retained the signage into the early 1990s).

In 1994, American Stores Company, parent company of Acme and Lucky food stores decided to start a discount format grocery store chain in California. They built new stores in Southern California (Indio, Oceanside, Anaheim, National City), and converted about 6 Lucky stores, (3 in Sacramento, Pittsburg, Vacaville, and Woodland) to the format in North…
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Pavilions Weekly Ad Circular

Pavilions Weekly Ad - Pavilions is a grocery store banner used by Vons, a supermarket division of Safeway Inc. in Southern California. Although similar to Vons stores, Pavilions markets are more upscale and feature a larger selection of organic food, wine, and other speciality foods.

Introduced by Vons in 1985, they were the showpiece of their new image. The stores also tend to be larger than the typical Vons store, because many of them contain full-service pharmacies, expanded service areas and specialty offerings as a standard feature. The first location was opened in Garden Grove in October 1985 in a 55,000-square-foot former Zody's discount department store building. The new store had included a seafood shop that sold live fish, a full-service butcher shop, bakery, tortilla shop, small pizza parlor, ice cream shop, delicatessen, florist, and pharmacy.

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Vons Weekly Ad Circular

Vons Weekly Ad - Vons is a Southern California and Southern Nevada supermarket chain owned by Albertsons. It is headquartered in Fullerton, California, and operates stores under the Vons and Pavilions banners. Before the acquisition by Albertsons, it was headquartered in Arcadia, California. Charles Von der Ahe opened a 20-foot wide store named Von's Groceteria in downtown Los Angeles, California, in 1906. The business had grown to 87 stores by 1928, when he sold the operation to MacMarr Stores. MacMarr was acquired by M.B. Skaggs' Safeway in 1930. In 1932, his sons Theodore and Wilfred restarted the Von's Grocery Company.

In 1948, Von's opened a pioneering store which offered self-service, pre-packaged produce, meat, and deli items. By 1958, it had doubled in size to 27 stores, the third-largest grocery chain in the Greater Los Angeles Area In 1960 it acquired the sixth-largest, competitor Shopping Bag, a merger that was challenged by the Federal Trade Commission on a…

Valli Produce Weekly Ad Circular

Valli Produce Weekly Ad - Valli Produce International Fresh Market is proudly named after its founder's home, a small farm town in Calabria, Italy. The people from Valli were extremely hard working and the small community was like a big family. The Valli roots begin with Alfredo Presta who was taught at a young age by his father, Domenico, to care for everyone and help provide for many of the other families who needed help even though sometimes they struggled themselves. Alfredo Presta came to America like many Italian immigrants looking for opportunity and a better life then they left behind in the farming town of Valli.

He held serval jobs in America but he always knew his true calling was in retail produce. Alfredo possessed instinctive business abilities without any formal education or training. in 1977, Alfredo opened his first produce store in Chicago with his nephew, Guido. With a handshake deal from a bank and a promise to work tirelessly to be a success, Alfredo began his…

Best Buy Weekly Ad Circular

Best Buy Weekly Ad - Best Buy Co., Inc. is a U.S transnational consumer electronics corporation headquartered in Richfield, Minnesota, a Minneapolis suburb. Internationally, it also operates in Canada and Mexico. It was formerly operational in China until February 2011 (when the faction was merged with Five Star) and in Europe until 2012. The company was founded by Richard M. Schulze and Gary Smoliak in 1966 as an audio specialty store. In 1983, it was renamed and rebranded with more emphasis placed on consumer electronics.

Best Buy's subsidiaries include Geek Squad, Magnolia Audio Video, and Pacific Sales. Best Buy operates under the Best Buy, Best Buy Mobile, Geek Squad, Magnolia Audio Video, Insignia and Pacific Sales brands in the United States; the Best Buy, Geek Squad and Best Buy Mobile brands in Canada; Best Buy Mobile and Five Star in China; and Best Buy, Best Buy Express, and Geek Squad in Mexico.

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AC Moore Weekly Ad Circular

AC Moore Weekly Ad - A.C. Moore is an arts and crafts retail chain with 141 locations in the eastern United States, with its corporate headquarters located in Berlin, New Jersey. AC Moore sells a variety of arts and crafts products, including scrapbooking, beading, knitting, rubber stamping, home decor items, floral items, Kid's Crafts, paints, framing, greenery and seasonal items.

A.C. Moore was founded as a single arts and crafts store by Jack Parker in 1985 in Moorestown, New Jersey. The store went public in 1997. In October 2007, A.C. Moore opened its online store www.acmoore.com. Since the launch of the online store, as of September 2012, A.C Moore has grown to 141 stores, which are located along the U.S. east coast from Maine to Florida. Since 2011, A.C. Moore has been owned by Sbar's.

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Gamestop Weekly Ad Circular

Gamestop Weekly Ad - GameStop Corp., or simply referred to as GameStop, is an American video game, consumer electronics, and wireless services retailer. The company is headquartered in Grapevine, Texas, United States, and operates 7,117 retail stores throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe. The company's retail stores primarily operate under the GameStop, EB Games, and Micromania brands.

In addition to retail stores, GameStop also owns Kongregate, a site for browser-based video games; and Game Informer, a video game magazine; Simply Mac, an Apple products reseller; and Spring Mobile, an AT&T wireless reseller. It also operates Cricket Wireless branded retail stores as an authorized agent. Cricket is an AT&T brand pre-paid wireless retailer. J. Paul Raines is GameStop's chief executive officer, and Daniel DeMatteo serves as executive chairman.

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