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As the pioneer of the "one-stop shopping" experience, Meijer will once again make history as it opens its first supercenter in the city of Detroit next week at the Gateway Marketplace shopping center.
The July 25 opening celebrates the retailer's commitment to the city and its residents. At the former Michigan State Fairgrounds, the 190,000-square-foot supercenter will provide neighbors with quality merchandise, fresh produce and a full-service, drive-thru pharmacy that puts family health care first, including walk-in health screenings, comprehensive immunizations and specially trained diabetes- care pharmacists.
"We are thrilled to offer the Meijer experience to our new neighbors," Co-chairman Doug Meijer said. "There's so much history and pride here, so many people who've lived their entire lives in the city of Detroit, that the opportunity to provide healthy living options and help encourage growth is something our company is grateful to be a part of."
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