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Giant Food Markets of Broome County, New York

Sign from the former Giant chain still attached to a store in Vestal, NY several months after its takeover by Weis Markets

Giant Markets, also known as Giant Food Markets, was a New York. The company eventually operated twelve supermarkets in the Greater Binghamton area. Giant sold their franchise to Weis Markets in August 2009.

Lighting

All Giant Markets featured an extremely bright fluorescent lighting system that stretches across the store.

Buy out

On Thursday, May 21, 2009, Giant Markets was bought by Weis Markets. According to notices received by Giant associates, as of August 23, 2009 their employment will end at Giant Markets. Most of Giant's 1,100 employees are expected to have jobs at Weis.[1]

On Wednesday, August 12, 2009, Giant Markets announced that it will be closing its store at 56 Main Street in Binghamton effective Saturday, August 15 at 6:00pm, one week prior to the takeover date. All associates at that store will be transferred to other Giant Markets locations. The store closure is a decision made by Weis Markets as part of the buyout.

References

  1. ^ http://news10now.com/content/all_news/472524/giant-markets-get-new-owner/Default.aspx

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