HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) – The Aldi on Brandt Pike held a ribbon cutting Monday morning for their grand reopening.
The ceremony was followed by a giveaway of gift cards to the first 100 customers. The company says the updated store layout provides an improved in-store experience.
“We’re really excited to be reopening our store here in Huber Heights today. It’s been a community we’ve been serving for many years and the community has been through more than one remodel with us, but we’re excited to reopen our stores today. The store is bigger, brighter, and we’re able to stock more products that our customers love,” says Sarah Brown, Division Vice President of Aldi.
Aldi will spend nearly $2 billion updating 1,300 stores nationwide by the end of next year.