Brookshire Grocery announces pending acquisition
The new stores will offer hometown convenience in an easy-to-shop format with an assortment of products at highly competitive prices.
Brookshire Grocery Co. (BGC), Tyler, Texas, announced the pending acquisition of 25 former Walmart Express stores. The stores will open this summer as the company’s new Spring Market brand. The acquisition is scheduled to close in July.
The name “Spring Market” represents and honors the company’s great history. The stores will offer hometown convenience in an easy-to-shop format with an assortment of products at highly competitive prices.
“Brookshire Grocery Co. is already known throughout our market areas for having great stores, and we are confident that our customers in these new markets will feel the exact same way. Our Spring Market stores will stand for friendly service, quality products, affordable convenience and a pleasant shopping environment. We are also really excited to hire hundreds of employees from these communities to help us take care of our new customers,” says Brad Brookshire, chairman and CEO. “We look forward to making a positive difference in each of these communities through our people, products, stores and service.”
The store locations range from southern Louisiana to west Texas and include Anson, Diana, DeKalb, Edgewood, Frankston, Godley, Grandview, Hughes Springs, Haskell, Italy, Kemp, Leonard, Lone Star, Maud, Merkel, Naples, Palmer, Waskom, Whitewright and Winters (all in Texas). Louisiana locations include Colfax, Iowa, Lake Arthur, Mamou and Zwolle.