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PITTSBURGH - Bottom Dollar Food is celebrating its first birthday in the greater Pittsburgh and Youngstown, Ohio, areas on Thursday, Jan. 31, with “Random Acts of Savings.” The company is offering its customers an opportunity to increase their Bottom Dollar Food savings through gift card drawings and an abundance of in-store promotions at its 16 area locations.
"We want to thank our customers in the greater Pittsburgh and Youngstown, Ohio, areas for welcoming Bottom Dollar Food into your cities and shopping our stores," said Meg Ham, president of Bottom Dollar Food. "As we enter our second year in these markets, we remain committed to delivering fresh produce, quality meats, and private and national brand products at unbelievable prices. Also, we look forward to continuing to expand our presence in this market in 2013. In return for our customers’ patronage, we are excited to celebrate this tremendous milestone by offering additional opportunities to save in our stores, so stop in on Thursday to celebrate our birthday with us, and enjoy the savings."
The company opened its first 14 stores in the region in early 2012, and opened two additional locations last summer. On Thursday, Jan. 31, customers have the opportunity to:
On Thursday, Bottom Dollar Food will also donate 50 much-needed thermal boxes, valued at $5,000, to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to assist with the organization’s hunger-relief efforts. In addition, the discount grocer is providing $5,000 worth of food to the Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley’s BackPack Program. Bottom Dollar Food representatives will present the donations at the following times:
Bottom Dollar Food has created approximately 700 jobs for the greater Pittsburgh and Youngstown, Ohio, areas, and has expanded its savings membership card program to more than 202,000 customers. In addition, the company sold millions of fresh fruits and vegetables at discount prices, including more than 3 million pounds of bananas.
Bottom Dollar Food has 13 stores in the Pittsburgh market and three stores in Youngstown, Ohio, including at the following locations:
The discount grocer has announced plans to open three additional stores this year at the following locations: