Calgary Co-op Flyer

Co op Flyer - Calgary Co-operative Association Limited (commonly referred to as Calgary Co-op) is a retail cooperative operating in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Opened in the 1940s as a food store operated by the United Farmers of Alberta in Calgary and eventually changing hands to the Alberta Co-operative Wholesale Association (ACWA) in 1951, the Calgary Co-operative Association was founded to operate the Calgary food store independently of the ACWA, partially due to member dissatisfaction with how the ACWA managed the venture. The Calgary Co-operative association purchased the Calgary store from ACWA in 1956 for $58,000.

Calgary Co-op is one of the largest retail co-operatives in North America. With over 440,000 members, 3400 employees, assets of $441 million and annual sales over $1 billion, Calgary Co-op, Calgary’s local fresh market is committed to be a leader in food, petroleum, home health care, pharmacy and travel. Investing over 3 million into the Calgary community, Calgary Co-op supports numerous not-for-profit and charitable organizations within the city.

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Cataldi Fresh Market Flyer

Cataldi Flyer - In 1996, the Cataldi family opened a second location called "Cataldi Supermarket Ltd". In the year 2000, The Cataldi family decided to import Italian specialty products such as olive oils, balsamic vinegars, fancy cuts of pasta, tomato sauce, cookies, not to mention our traditional, Easter and Christmas specialty cakes, and other gourmet products that are exclusively available at Cataldi's.

In 2004, Cataldi Supermarket was chosen "Best of the Best" independent grocery store in the North York community. Cataldi Supermarket is a proud member of the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocery and the Canadian Restaurant Federation Association.

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AG Foods Flyer

AG Foods Flyer - AG Foods stores are represented in British Columbia, Alberta & Saskatchewan with stores in more than 50 communities. Just as your needs are unique, so are the locally owned and operated AG Foods stores. Focusing on friendly service, freshness and quality products, AG Foods offer a wide selection of national and quality private label products. AG Foods is a fun shopping experience with stores that are an integral part of the community they serve.

AG Foods™ stores are represented in British Columbia, Alberta & Saskatchewan with stores in more than 50 communities. Just as your needs are unique, so are the locally owned and operated AG Foods™ stores.

Focusing on friendly service, freshness and quality products, our stores offer a wide selection of national and quality private label products. AG Foods™ is a fun shopping experience with stores that are an integral part of the community they serve. All of our stores strive to provide you, our shopper, with competitive prices and our house label - Western Family® - offers a variety of quality products, often at a lower price than national brands.

We pride ourselves on our selection of fresh produce and meat. Many AG Foods™ locations offer full bakery and deli service and a selection of convenience foods. Our most important job is serving you the customer. Thank you for choosing us and shopping local.

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Buy Low Foods Flyer

Buy Low Flyer - Buy-Low Foods is the largest food wholesale distributor to independents in Canada, servicing nearly 1,800 supermarket, convenience and specialty produce markets. With 24 corporate and franchise supermarkets, Buy-Low Foods also provides quality products at low, low prices directly to consumers in communities throughout British Columbia and Alberta. Each store is unique, but shares one thing in common: a commitment to delivering great quality products at low, low food prices.

Buy-Low Foods is a privately held company purchased by The Jim Pattison Group, Vancouver, British Columbia in 1995. The company was originally founded in 1966 with the first store opening at Arbutus Street & 16th Avenue in Vancouver.

Buy-Low Foods banner is committed to delivering the best prices everyday on products that matter to customers the most. Buy-Low Foods is committed to delivering great value to every community through all of its retail operations.

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Bonanza Flyer

Bonanza Flyer - Bonanza is a small Italian supermarket store based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Founded in 1973, the first location (no longer in operation) operated in Montréal-Nord, Quebec on Pie IX Street. From the late 1980s until the early 1990s, Bonanza operated at a peak of eight locations, but all except for the store located in the St. Leonard borough of Montreal were sold to IGA in 1997. Prior to the IGA acquisition of Bonanza locations, Buon Gusto was used as an in-store brand.

The Bonanza store brand sees the day in May 1973 as Les Marchés publics Bonanza – situated on Pie-IX Boulevard in Montreal’s north end. It is the initiative of Mr. Marcel Lalumière who, as proprietor at the time, decided to establish a supermarket that offered fruits and vegetables in large quantities on over-sized tables, as well as a vast variety of grocery products on well-stocked shelves.

Towards the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s, the Bonanza label reached the height of its popularity, with eight stores throughout the island of Montreal and Laval. Since November 1997, all efforts are focused on one store situated on Jean-Talon Street East. Bonanza has retained the character that originally defined it as a unique supermarket where a profusion of goods can be found under one roof.

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Sobeys Flyer

Sobeys Flyer - Sobeys Inc. is the second largest food retailer in Canada, with over 260 supermarkets operating in Canada and around 1500 under a variety of banners. Headquartered in Stellarton, Nova Scotia, it operates stores in all ten provinces and accumulated sales of more than $16 billion CAD in 2012. It is part of the conglomerate Empire Company.

Club Sobeys was a loyalty program at the chain's Atlantic Canada locations offered during the 1990s, prior to Sobeys securing the regional rights to Air Miles through the Oshawa Group merger. As the company expanded its operations in Ontario and Western Canada in the 2000s, Sobeys introduced a new Club Sobeys program in those markets (also known as Club Thrifty Foods in the British Columbia locations of that chain after it was acquired).

In the Club Sobeys region, Sobeys introduced, in partnership with Citibank Canada, a Club Sobeys MasterCard credit card. These card accounts were later transferred to Bank of Montreal, which also introduced the BMO Sobeys Air Miles MasterCard in Atlantic Canada (and IGA Air Miles MasterCard in Quebec). All Club Sobeys credit cards have been converted to BMO Sobeys Air Miles MasterCard accounts.

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Coleman's Flyer

Coleman's Flyer - Today, the Coleman Group includes 12 food, 4 furniture and 2 clothing retail operations throughout Newfoundland along with a wholesale food division. All operations are subsidiaries of Coleman Management Services Limited (CMS). CMS provides the executive, financial, human resources, information technology and property management services to the operating companies. The Food Division, operating under the banner, Colemans, is the largest, fully integrated independent wholesale/retail food operation in Atlantic Canada.

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Home Depot Flyer

Home Depot Flyer - The Home Depot, Inc. is an American home improvement supplies retailing company that sells tools, construction products, and services. The company is headquartered at the Atlanta Store Support Center in Cobb County of Atlanta, Georgia.

Home Depot Canada is the Canadian unit of the Home Depot and one of Canada's top home improvement retailers. The Canadian operation consists of 182 stores and employs over 28,000 people in Canada. Home Depot Canada has stores in all ten Canadian provinces and serves territorial Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Yukon through electronic means (Online Sales). The Canadian head office is located in Toronto.

The Home Depot banner in Quebec, where it has 22 stores, reads "Home Depot" without the definite article "the" in order to ensure a more cross-compatible proper name (that does not read like an English sentence) between both the French and English languages. However, Home Depot is still in English and not in French, which would be Entrepôt de la Maison.

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Walmart Flyer

Walmart Flyer - Walmart Canada Corp. is the Canadian division of Walmart which is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario. It was founded on March 17, 1994 with the purchase of the Woolco Canada chain from the F. W. Woolworth Company.

Based on the success of the US format, Walmart Canada has focused on expanding Supercentres from new or converted locations, offering groceries which puts them in the same market as supermarket chains such as Loblaws, Real Canadian Superstore, Metro, Sobeys, Thrifty Foods, Safeway, Save-On-Foods, Country Grocer, Fairway Markets, Quality Foods, Co-op and others.

Walmart Canada held grand openings of 15 supercentres in January 2016, completing its expansion plan for the company's fiscal year, ending January 31, 2016. As of January 31, 2017, Walmart Canada's total count is 410 stores, including 330 supercentres and 80 discount stores in every province and territory except for Nunavut.

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Jean Coutu Flyer

Jean Coutu Flyer - The Jean Coutu Group (PJC) Inc. is a Canadian drugstore chain headquartered in Varennes, Quebec. The main distribution warehouse is, since 2016, located in Varennes, Quebec (after Longueuil 1976-2015); however, it has also had a large distribution warehouse in Hawkesbury, Ontario since 2005. It has more than 400 franchised locations in New Brunswick, Ontario and Quebec under the PJC Jean Coutu, PJC Clinique and PJC Santé banners.

The company was once the third largest distributor and retailer of pharmaceuticals and related products in North America, with nearly 2,200 drug stores. Its American stores have been sold to Rite Aid. The company is also known for its private line "Personnelle", which produces a wide variety of products such as cosmetics, papers, and pharmaceutical products.

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Giant Tiger Flyer

Giant Tiger Flyer - Giant Tiger is a proudly Canadian family discount store with convenient locations in many Canadian communities. Almost all Giant Tiger stores are franchised and stores are connected and committed to the communities they serve. Store owners work in the store and live in the community. Each year, Giant Tiger donates millions of dollars to local charities, groups, teams, events and associations, supporting and bringing together Canadians and their communities.

The company's stores operate under the Giant Tiger, GTExpress, and Scott's Discount banners in Ontario; under the Tigre Géant and Chez Tante Marie banners in Quebec; and under the Giant Tiger banner in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Saskatchewan.

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Dominion Flyer

Dominion Flyer - Dominion Stores was once a national chain of supermarkets in Canada, which was known as the Dominion of Canada at the time of the company's founding. The chain was founded in 1919 in Ontario and was later acquired by the Argus Corporation. It was later sold to The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company (A&P), which restricted the chain to the Greater Toronto Area.

Stores outside Ontario were converted to the A&P banner or sold to third parties. A&P's Canadian division was later acquired by Metro Inc., which rebranded the remaining Dominion stores to its namesake banner in 2008.

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Lowe's Flyer (Canada)

Lowe's Flyer - Based in Toronto, Ontario, Lowe's opened its first three stores in Canada on December 10, 2007, in Hamilton, Brampton and Brantford. On February 1, 2008, they opened three more stores in Toronto, East Gwillimbury, and a second store in Brampton as well as a new location in Maple (Vaughan).

Currently, additional stores are under construction, with 19 now open in the province of Ontario. Lowe's also recently announced expansion into Western Canada, starting with three new stores in Calgary, Alberta. One of the three locations opened in late September 2010. The other two opened in early 2011. There are now stores in British Columbia and Saskatchewan. To date (2013) Lowe's has 33 locations in Canada. Each store represents an average investment of $20.5 million ($20.4 million USD).

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Lady York Foods Flyer

Lady York Flyer - Lady York Foods is an Italian grocery store that is kind of like your typical grocery store but it also sells a good selection of fresh Italian bread, cheeses and imported items.

Lady York is a neighbourhood supermarket. And a whole lot more. It’s a friendly place, it’s a manageable size, the prices are great; and best of all, it’s Italian. Who doesn’t like Italian food? Walking down the aisles of this place is like strolling through a supermercato in an Italian town, alongside nonna who is doing her weekly shopping too. No longer just your "neighborhood grocery store", LADY YORK Foods is expanding its' gourmet area to bring you an even wider selection of some of the finest European foods and ingredients.

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Nesters Market Flyer

Nesters Flyer - Great grocery store. It has a good selection of essential groceries. Always clean and well stocked. The staff is super friendly and personable. They have all kinds of cool treats and pastries available, and they're all unique, nothing like you would see at any other grocery store. Their Cupcakes and Brownies are freaking delicious, and they actually taste like they're supposed to (not loaded with sugar like other places).

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Costco Flyer

Costco Flyer - At Costco Canada, you will find a wide selection of LCD and Plasma TVs, Houshold items like kitchen ware as well as books, clothing and bulk foods.

Costco has a wide variety of changing inventory and is known for carrying products for a time, then discontinuing them or using them as seasonal products. Over the years, Costco has gradually expanded its range of products and services.

Initially, it preferred to sell only boxed products that could be dispensed by simply tearing the stretch wrap off a pallet. It now sells many other products that are more difficult to handle, such as art, books, caskets, clothing, computer software, fine wine, furniture home appliances, home electronics, hot tubs, jewelry, perishable items (such as dairy, fresh baked goods, flowers, fresh produce, meat, seafood), solar panels, tires, and vacuums. Many warehouses also have gas stations, pharmacies, hearing aid centers, optometrists, eye and sunglass centers, photo processors, and tire garages.

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Staples Flyer (Canada)

Staples Flyer - Staples Canada Inc. is a Canadian office supply retail chain, part of the United States-based office supply company Staples Inc. The Canadian operation is headquartered in Richmond Hill, Ontario.

Staples remains one of the most profitable office supply chains in Canada, with larger share than its main rival Grand & Toy. It is the largest supplier of office supplies to small businesses and home office workers, either in store, online or by catalogue, with over 330 stores full of defect products and five delivery centers.

Products: Technology (Computers/Business Machines/Entertainment), Furniture, Office Supplies, Copy and Print Services, Tech Services, School Supplies, Legal Supplies, Facility Supplies, Medical Supplies.

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Loblaws Flyer

Loblaws Flyer - Loblaws is a supermarket chain with over 2000 stores in Canada, headquartered in Brampton, with stores in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Quebec. Loblaws is a division of Loblaw Companies Limited, Canada's largest food distributor.

Founded by Theodore Loblaw and John Milton Cork in 1919, Loblaws stores used to operate across Canada until the early 1960s, when most locations in western Canada were re-branded as SuperValu, and later as Real Canadian Superstore. Products: General Grocery, General Merchandise, Pharmacy, Photolab, and more.

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M and M Flyer

M and M Flyer - M&M Food Market (French: Les aliments M&M), formerly known as M&M Meat Shops, is a Canadian frozen food retail chain. The company is headquartered in Kitchener, Ontario, and has locations in all ten provinces, the Yukon and Northwest Territories; the company formerly had operations in the Midwestern United States under the MyMenu brand that operated between 2008 and 2013.

M&M opened its first new franchise in nearby Cambridge, Ontario, in 1982. Mac's brother and co-owner, Greg Voisin, became director of franchising in the mid-1980s. Since then, it has expanded to over 425 stores across Canada. M&M entered Quebec in 1992 and in 1997, it entered the western provinces by acquiring the business of Jeffrey's Food, based in Edmonton, Alberta in 1993. M&M opened its first store in Yukon in 2004 (at Whitehorse) and in the Northwest Territories in 2006 (Yellowknife). Some of Mac's family members, including Guy Voisin, also work for the company.

Although it originally focused on cuts of meat, it has expanded its offerings to prepared meals, appetizers, pizza, pasta, seafood, desserts and single servings, including meatless items to appeal to vegetarians.

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Leon's Flyer (Canada)

Leon's Flyer - Leon's Furniture Ltd. (TSX: LNF) Meubles Léon Limité in Ontario is a Canadian furniture retailer which first opened its store in 1909 in Welland, Ontario. The controlling interest in the company is owned by the Leon family, while some shares are traded publicly on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The company has stores in all provinces of Canada.

Leon's markets mid-range furniture, appliances and electronics; some items are discount, and some stores contain high-end showrooms with higher-priced items available. A major part of Leon's marketing strategy is its financing plans, which allow customers to defer payments for various lengths of time (the most common of which are 6 and 18-month terms). This financing is offered through Visa Desjardins.

In an effort to attract customers living in condos or smaller dwellings, Leon's launched their Urban Living Collection in June 2007, comprising smaller sized sofas, bedrooms and dining sets.

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Safeway Canada Flyer

Safeway Flyer - Safeway (also referred to as Canada Safeway) is a Canadian supermarket chain of 183 full service supermarket stores in Western Canada.

It began as a subsidiary of the American Safeway Inc., before being sold in 2013 to Canada's second-largest supermarket chain, Sobeys, a division of the conglomerate Empire Company. It is now independent from the American division as a result.

Safeway has 181 full service grocery stores in Western Canada: 173 in-store pharmacies and 62 fuel stations, 10 liquor stores, four primary distribution centres and 12 manufacturing facilities.

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The Brick Canada Flyer

The Brick Flyer - The Brick Ltd. is a Canadian retailer of furniture, mattresses, appliances and home electronics. The company was founded as The Brick Warehouse LP by brothers, John, Fred, and Bill Comrie. The first warehouse opened on September 1, 1971 in Edmonton, Alberta. Its first expansion was to Fort McMurray, Alberta in the 1970s and later acquired a competitor in the city of Calgary.

Over the past 35 years, The Brick has expanded across Canada and now operates 135 retail stores (including 20 franchise locations) in the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories. (Quebec stores are branded simply as Brick.) In addition, the Brick Group Income Fund operates distribution centres in Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal.

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Marche Adonis Flyer

Marche Adonis Flyer - Marché Adonis is a food retailer operating in the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario. The company is based in Montreal, Quebec. In 2011 Metro Inc. acquired a majority stake (55.5%) (CAD$153.8 million) in Marché Adonis.

Adonis was founded in 1979 by Lebanese brothers Elie and Jamil Cheaib. Inspired by their roots in the Middle East and the idea of bringing their culture to a new world, the Cheaib brothers and their friend Georges Ghrayeb developed the idea of trading typical food of the Middle East in North America.

In 2013, Adonis opened their first store in Ontario, Canada, located in Mississauga. Products: Bakery, charcuterie, dairy, deli, frozen foods, general grocery, meat & poultry, nuts, pastries, produce, seafood, snacks, and more.

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Farm Boy Flyer

Farm Boy Flyer - Farm Boy is an Ottawa-based Eastern Ontario regional supermarket chain that sells primarily fresh produce, baked goods, organic foods, dairy, deli, meat, fish and some prepared products (usually with no additives or preservatives) including a private label line. The company started in December 1981, with its first store in Cornwall, Ontario.

In December 1981, Collette and Jean-Louis Bellemare opened the first Farm Boy on Cumberland Street in Cornwall, Ontario. At that time, the modest 300 sq. ft. store sold only produce. The second Farm Boy was opened in February 1983 by brother Normand Bellemare in Cornwall.

By October of the next year, the Bellemare brothers joined together to open a Farm Boy on Sydney Street. This 5,000 sq ft (460 m2) store allowed them to expand their products beyond produce with dairy, deli, cheese and meat product lines. An in-store bakery and bulk food were also added.

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Independent Grocer Flyer

Independent Grocer Flyer - Your Independent Grocer is a supermarket chain based in the Canadian province of Ontario. It is a unit of National Grocers, itself a unit of Loblaw Companies Limited, Canada's largest food distributor.[citation needed] Stores are typically operated by a franchise owner. Many of the stores were originally Ottawa-area outlets of the defunct Quebec-based Steinberg's grocery chain. When Steinberg's was bought out by Metro Richelieu in 1992, the Ottawa-area franchises were spun off into the separate Your Independent Grocer chain.

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Canadian Tire Flyer

Canadian Tire Flyer - Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited is a Canadian retail company which sells a wide range of automotive, sports and leisure, and home products. Some stores also sell toys and food products. Retail operations include Canadian Tire, the core retail and automotive service operation, which operates a large car repair garage in each store; Canadian Tire Petroleum; men’s, women’s, and work apparel retailer Mark's; sporting goods and sportswear retail conglomerate Forzani Group Limited, and PartSource, retailing auto parts and accessories.

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Price Chopper Flyer

Price Chopper Flyer - Price Chopper is a Canadian discount supermarket. Located on Headquarters Mississauga, Ontario. Price Chopper had operated in Ontario in the 1990s under the ownership of Oshawa Group. Oshawa Group, including the Price Chopper chain, was acquired by Sobeys in 1998 as part of the latter's entry into the Ontario market. The 87 Price Chopper stores were scattered around many neighbourhoods in Ontario, particularly low-income communities.

Price Chopper product: Bakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, general grocery, general merchandise, meat & poultry, produce, seafood, snacks, and more.

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Zehrs Flyer

Zehrs Flyer - Zehrs Markets, or simply Zehrs, is a Canadian supermarket chain in southern Ontario. The chain has 43 locations and is a part of Loblaw Companies Limited. The first store was established by Emory Zehr and his sons in Kitchener in 1950. Until 1995, the store's logo was a red or orange square, with two small lines to make it a boldened stylized "Z".

Zehrs stores have been known in Ontario by three distinct names: Zehrs Markets, Zehrs Food Plus and Zehrs Greatfood (similar to the new Loblaw Greatfood locations opened in the Greater Toronto Area).

Zehrs operates stores in large cities and small towns throughout southern Ontario. Locations stretch from Kingsville in the south to Orillia in the north, and from Windsor in the west to Niagara Falls in the east and northeast to Uxbridge.

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Valu-Mart Flyer

Valu Mart Flyer - Valu-mart (styled as valu-mart) is a chain of supermarkets based in Ontario, Canada. It is a unit of National Grocers, itself a unit of Loblaw Companies Limited, Canada's largest food distributor.

Stores are typically operated by a franchise owner. The stores operate in smaller locations than others operated by Loblaw Companies Limited, and are often opened in former locations where other Loblaw Companies Limited stores had been, including those formerly operated under the Zehrs or Mr. Grocer banners.

All Valu-mart locations are located in the province of Ontario with one additional store located in Shawville, Quebec. Products: Bakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, gardening centre, general grocery, general merchandise, meat & poultry, pharmacy, photolab, produce, seafood, and snacks.

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Home Hardware Flyer

Home Hardware Flyer - Home Hardware Stores Ltd. is a privately held Canadian home improvement, construction materials, and furniture retailer. Co-founded in 1964 by Walter Hachborn and headquartered in St. Jacobs, Ontario, the chain is co-operatively owned by over 1000 independently owned member stores, including one of them located in the French territory of Saint Pierre and Miquelon.

You can find housewares, hand and power tools, plumbing and electrical supplies, paint and painting supplies, sporting goods, plus automotive and farm supplies. Home Hardware stores also feature giftware and seasonal items, including lawn and garden supplies.

Home Hardware Building Centres offer a complete range of both hardware store and building centre products. Lumber, tools, paint, plumbing and electrical supplies and an extensive selection of building materials are available, along with housewares, sporting goods, automotive items and lawn and garden supplies.

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Bass Pro Shops Canada Flyer

Bass Pro Shops Flyer - Bass Pro Shops (Outdoor World) is a privately held retailer of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor recreation merchandise, known for stocking a wide selection of gear. Bass Pro Shops supports and sells merchandise for the National Audubon Society.

Bass Pro Shops carries a number of house brands. Among these are: Ascend, API, Black Out, Bob Timberlake, Dark Star, Johnny Morris Reels, Natural Reflections, Offshore Angler, and more.

Bass Pro Shops locations are more than just stores, they are true destination experiences that draw more than 120 million visitors annually. Each location is heavily customized to reflect the character of the region. In addition to giant aquariums teeming with live fish and extensive wildlife mounts and dioramas, many locations feature unique restaurants and ocean-themed bowling alleys.

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Guardian Drugs Flyer

Guardian Drugs Flyer - Established in 1984, Guardian Drug Company is a leading consumer healthcare organization that develops, manufactures and distributes pharmaceutical and nutritional products through various distribution channels from our state of the art facility located in Dayton, New Jersey.

Guardian Drug Company's product line includes Gastrointestinal, Cough/Cold, Allergy, Analgesic and Probiotic products. We manufacture all dosage forms including solids, liquids, and powders and supply these quality products to virtually all the leading drug store chains, mass merchandisers, supermarkets and wholesalers.

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Super C Flyer

Super C Flyer - Super C is a Quebec discount supermarket chain with more than 80 stores in Quebec. The stores average 4,103 square metres (44,164 sq ft) in size. Super C offers 8,000 products including some 1,200 products from the Super C private label brand. In mid-2006, all but one of the 9 remaining Ontario stores were converted to Food Basics or Loeb stores. The Pembroke, Ontario store closed, and the building is now occupied by Value Village.

Super C has also built its own free-standing buildings as well as obtaining the lease of many vacant shopping mall anchor spaces. Only a handful of today's Super C outlets are former Super Carnaval grocery stores. In 2013, there were 85 Super C's across the province of Quebec.

Products: Bakery, dairy, deli products, frozen foods, general grocery, meat & poultry, pharmacy, produce, seafood, snacks, and more.

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Maxi Flyer

Maxi Flyer - Maxi is a discount grocery retailer based in Quebec, Canada. It is a subsidiary of Loblaw Companies and the largest of Loblaws' Quebec supermarket chains. Maxi is the Quebec equivalent of No Frills, a chain of franchised discount grocery stores outside Quebec, except that Maxi stores are owned by the company. Over 7,000 people are employed at the Maxi and Maxi & Cie stores across Quebec.

The chain's Maxi & Cie/Maxi & Co. locations are larger and carry a wider variety of general merchandise, more akin to the hypermarket model. Some Maxi & Cie stores are themselves former Maxi stores that were converted because of their larger size. The original Maxi & Cie stores opened in 1996 on Jean-Talon street in Saint-Leonard, Quebec and Cousineau boulevard in Saint-Hubert, Quebec; both are still in operation.

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Provigo Flyer

Provigo Flyer - Provigo is a grocery retailer based in Quebec, Canada, consisting of over 300 stores and franchises throughout the province. It operates a retailing chain of stores and distribution warehouses. It is owned by Loblaw Companies Limited.

Provigo is a member of the Loblaw group, one of the largest private sector employers in Quebec and Canada's largest food retailer. With its affiliates, the Loblaw group employs nearly 40,000 people in the province of Quebec through its almost 400 corporate, franchised and affiliated stores operated mainly under the Provigo, Provigo Le Marche, Maxi, Maxi & Cie, Loblaws, Club Entrepot Provigo and Les Entrepots Presto banners. The Loblaw group also offers Canada's strongest control label program, including the President's Choice, no name and Joe Fresh brand. It also offers President's Choice Financial services and the PC points loyalty program.

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Uniprix Flyer

Uniprix Flyer - Uniprix is a Quebec pharmacy chain founded in 1977 and based in Saint-Leonard, Montreal. It operates under four brands: Uniprix, Unipharm, Clinique Santé and Uniclinique (inside clinics). Combining its four brands, Uniprix is the second-largest pharmacy chain in Quebec (after Jean Coutu) and is mutually exclusive with the Pharmasave chain in English Canada.

Most Uniprix products are branded as Option+. The Uniprix name is also used for a Montreal tennis stadium (formerly DuMaurier Stadium) which the chain acquired the naming rights for.

Uniprix also was the name of a chain of popular stores in France, launched by the Nouvelles Galeries in 1928. It later was acquired by its competitor, Monoprix.

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Atlantic Superstore Flyer

Atlantic Superstore Flyer - Atlantic Superstore is a Canadian supermarket chain of 54 stores in the Maritimes of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island. It is owned by George Weston Limited through Loblaw Companies Limited, and operates under the Atlantic Wholesalers division of Loblaws.

Products: Bakery, charcuterie, clothing, dairy, deli, electronics (select locations), frozen foods, gardening centre, gasoline (select locations), general grocery, general merchandise, meat & poultry, pharmacy, photolab, produce, seafood, snacks, and more.

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London Drugs Flyer

London Drugs Flyer - London Drugs Ltd. is a Canadian retail store chain with headquarters in Richmond, British Columbia. Its primary focus is on pharmaceuticals, electronics, housewares and cosmetics, with a limited selection of grocery items. As of June 2014, the chain had 78 stores in the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and British Columbia.

London Drugs is 100% Canadian owned and is focused on local customers' satisfaction. Across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and British Columbia, London Drugs' 78 stores employ more than 7000 staff dedicated to providing customers with a superior shopping experience.

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Fabricland Flyer

Fabricland Flyer - Fabricland Distributors started in August of 1968, when it opened its first store at Queen and Roncesvalles, in Toronto. It was a small store and carried the most popular fabrics of the day, mainly crimplene knits, at discount prices and a selection that could not be matched anywhere in Toronto.

From this one small store dealing mainly in crimplene, Fabricland expanded into the warehouse concept and image, carrying a much larger selection of fabrics and expanding into sewing notions and accessories to make it easier for customers to purchase all their sewing needs in one store.

Years ago, in response to the growing interest in the area of crafts and quilting, Fabricland more than doubled their selection in this area, bringing in an excellent selection of coordinated craft and quilting fabrics, specialty notions and accessories.

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The Bay Flyer

The Bay Flyer - Hudson's Bay (formerly and still colloquially known as The Bay) is a chain of 90 department stores that operate exclusively in Canada. It is the main brand of the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC), North America's oldest company. It has its headquarters in the Simpson Tower in Toronto. In French, the chain is known as la Baie d'Hudson (formerly la Baie), short for "Compagnie de la Baie". The chain uses both the English and French versions of the name in some parts of the country.

The stores are full-line department stores, with a focus on high-end fashion apparel, accessories, and home goods. Price points at Hudson's Bay are comparable to U.S. retailers Lord & Taylor, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. The average store size is 135,000 square feet (12,500 m2).

Flagship downtown stores are located in Canada's largest cities, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa, Edmonton, and Winnipeg.

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Home Outfitters Canada Flyer

Home Outfitters Canada Flyer - Home Outfitters is a Canadian retail home decor chain selling bedding, towels, housewares, and other home accessories.

Home Outfitters is Hudson's Bay Company's kitchen, bed and bath specialty superstore chain with unbeatable selection and service. With locations across Canada, Home Outfitters offers customers more choices, more brands and great ideas. Home Outfitters is Canada’s fastest growing specialty store chain. There are over 50 Home Outfitters stores.

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Princess Auto Flyer

Princess Auto Flyer - Princess Auto Ltd. is a Canadian retail chain specializing in farm, industrial, garage, hydraulics and surplus items. It was started in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1942, by Harvey Tallman who sold his truck and bought the business, then called Princess Auto Wrecking.

Princess Auto is a Canadian retailer with its headquarters in Winnipeg, Manitoba. As of July 2016, the company owns and operates 44 stores in nine provinces, an electronic fulfillment centre (EFC) and three distribution centres (DC), one DC in Winnipeg, one DC in Calgary, and the other DC and the EFC in Milton, Ontario. In 2015 a manufacturing division in Winnipeg was closed. Princess Auto also offers online sales, a National Call Centre, and mail order service.

Various items are sold under its "Powerfist" and "Pro.Point" brands. Princess Auto sells many brand name tools, however Powerfist tools tend to be lower cost tools when compared to mid price professional brands such as Pro.Point, UltraPro (NAPA), Craftsman (Sears), or Westward.

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Brookshire's Weekly Ad Circular

Brookshire's Weekly Ad - Brookshire Grocery Company is a Tyler, Texas-based supermarket chain with 177 stores operating in Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas. Until February 2011, the company had operated four stores in Mississippi but pulled out with a sale to Kroger and a local chain, Food Depot.

The company was founded in 1928 by Wood T. and Louise Brookshire, when they opened their first 25 x 100-foot (30 m) store on Tyler’s downtown square. Brookshire's was originally part of the Brookshire Brothers chain, which was founded seven years earlier in Lufkin, Texas. The companies split in 1939, when Wood T. Brookshire took control of the Tyler-area stores in exchange for his share in the Brookshire Brothers partnership. The companies are no longer related except by name.

In June 2016 Brookshire's purchased 25 stores formerly owned by Wal-Mart (formerly their Wal-Mart Express brand). The stores, located in Texas (20 stores) and Louisiana (five stores) will be re-branded as Spring Market (the name taken from Brookshire's first location on Spring Avenue in Tyler).

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Bass Pro Shops Weekly Ad Circular

Bass Pro Shops Weekly Ad - Bass Pro Shops (Outdoor World) is a leading national retailer of outdoor gear and apparel, with 100 stores and Tracker Marine Centers across North America. Johnny started the business with eight-square-feet of space in the back of his father's store in Springfield, Mo., the company's sole location for the first 13 years of business.

Bass Pro Shops locations are more than just stores - they are true destination experiences that draw more than 120 million visitors annually. Each location is heavily customized to reflect the character of the region. In addition to giant aquariums teeming with live fish and extensive wildlife mounts and dioramas, many locations feature unique restaurants and ocean-themed bowling alleys.

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99 Ranch Market Weekly Ad Circular

99 Ranch Market Weekly Ad - 99 Ranch Market is an Asian American supermarket chain owned by Tawa Supermarket Inc., which is based in Buena Park, California. 99 Ranch has over 43 stores, primarily in California, with other stores in Nevada, Washington, New Jersey, and Texas. The company also started offering shopping via its website in 2014.

99 Ranch Market is one of the largest Chinese American supermarket chains in the United States. It is also considered a Taiwanese-American market because of the considerable amount of products imported from Taiwan and because the store was founded by Taiwanese-born American Roger H. Chen.

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Harps Weekly Ad Circular

Harps Weekly Ad - Harps Food Stores, Inc., based in Springdale, Arkansas, is a chain of 84 supermarkets located across Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas. The company sells both groceries and sporting goods in some larger stores. Harps Food Stores was founded in 1930 by Harvard and Floyd Harp. In 2001, Harps became employee-owned after buying company shares from the Harp family. The stores are supplied by Kansas City, Kansas based Associated Wholesale Grocers. The company is valued around $550 million, and employed 3,350 people in 2011.

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Michaels Weekly Ad Circular

Michaels Weekly Ad - Michaels Stores, Inc. is an American arts and crafts retail chain. It currently operates more than 1262 stores (consisting of 1,145 Michaels stores in 49 US states and Canada, 118 Aaron Brothers stores and 34 Pat Catan's stores) as of May 31, 2014. In addition, Michaels produces 10 exclusive private brands including Recollections, Studio Decor, Bead Landing, Creatology, Ashland, Celebrate It, Art Minds, Artist's Loft, Craft Smart and Loops & Threads. The corporate headquarters are located in Irving, Texas.

The average Michaels store now contains 40,000 different products in 18,200 square feet (1,700 m²) of selling space. The stores sell a selection of arts, crafts, framing, floral, wall décor, bakeware, beads, scrapbooking and seasonal merchandise for hobbyists and do-it-yourself home decorators.

Michaels is the largest such chain in the United States. Michaels sells a variety of arts and crafts products, including scrapbooking, beading, knitting, rubber stamping, home decor items, floral items, kids' crafts, paints, framing, greenery, baking and many seasonal items. Competitors include Hobby Lobby, Ben Franklin, Jo-Ann Stores, A.C. Moore and several smaller chains. Canadian competitors include DeSerres.

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Cub Foods Weekly Ad Circular

Cub Foods Weekly Ad - Cub Foods is a supermarket chain with seventy-seven stores in Minnesota and Illinois. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Eden Prairie, Minnesota-based SuperValu Inc.

Cub Foods was founded by Minnesota-based Hooleys Supermarkets in 1968 in the riverside city of Stillwater by brothers Charles and Jack Hooley, brother-in-law Robert Thueson, and Culver Davis jr. The name "CUB" originally stood for Consumers United for Buying, and Cub Foods was one of the first total discount food stores in the United States The chain was bought by Minnesota-based SuperValu in 1980 with five stores in the Twin Cities.

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Ralphs Weekly Ad Circular

Ralphs Weekly Ad - Ralphs is an American major supermarket chain in the Southern California area and the largest subsidiary of Cincinnati-based Kroger. It is the oldest such chain west of the Mississippi River and by 2015, there were 201 locations. Kroger also operates stores under the Food 4 Less and Foods Co. names in California.

Ralphs Grocery Company was founded in 1873 by George Albert Ralphs. The original store was located at Sixth and Spring Streets in Los Angeles, California. On July 20, 2007, Ralphs opened a new 50,000-square-foot (4,600 m2) store on 9th and Hope Street in the South Park neighborhood of downtown Los Angeles. This was the first full-run supermarket downtown in 50 years. In 1950, Ralphs closed a store at 7th Street and Figueroa Street.

Today, Ralphs competes with Albertsons, Vons (a division of Safeway Inc.), and Stater Bros. Its slogan is "Great food. Real Low Prices!" Ralphs is the current market leader in Southern California.

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King Soopers Weekly Ad Circular

King Soopers Weekly Ad - King Soopers is a supermarket brand of Kroger in the Rocky Mountains of the United States; it has its headquarters in Denver, Colorado. King Soopers has a significant presence in the state of Colorado on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. The stores are located along the Front Range from Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Pueblo, Colorado.

There are also a few locations in the foothills west of Denver and Colorado Springs. In 1947, Lloyd J. King opened the first King Soopers store in Arvada, Colorado. His mission was to offer shoppers "friendly service, value, cleanliness and quality", A few years later, King Soopers had grown to nine stores, and it was acquired by the Dillon Companies in 1957. In 1983, Dillons merged into Kroger.

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Ingles Weekly Ad Circular

Ingles Weekly Ad - Ingles Markets, Inc. is an American regional supermarket chain based in Black Mountain, North Carolina. As of January 2011, The company operates over 200 supermarkets in the Southeastern United States. The company, although listed on the NASDAQ, is family-controlled, with 86% of the voting power and nearly half of the shares owned by the Ingle family.

As an adjunct to its supermarket business, Ingles owns and operates shopping centers, gas stations and a milk processing and packaging plant. Area served: Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia. Ingles also owns and operates Sav-Mor Foods, which includes seven locations in North Carolina and one each in South Carolina and Tennessee. Substantially all of Ingles' stores are located within 280 miles (450 km) of its warehouse located in Black Mountain, North Carolina.

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Jewel-Osco Weekly Ad Circular

Jewel Osco Weekly Ad - Jewel-Osco is a supermarket chain headquartered in Itasca, Illinois, a Chicago suburb. Jewel-Osco has 185 stores across northern, central, and western Illinois; eastern Iowa; and portions of northwest Indiana. Jewel-Osco and Jewel are currently wholly owned subsidiaries of Boise, Idaho-based Albertsons.

The company original started as a door-to-door coffee delivery service before it expanded into delivering non-perishable groceries and later into grocery stores, and supermarkets. Prior to its 1984 acquisition by American Stores, Jewel evolved into a large multi-state holding company that operated several supermarket chains and other non-food retail chain stores located from coast to coast and had operated under several different brand names.

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Harris Teeter Weekly Ad Circular

Harris Teeter Weekly Ad - Harris Teeter Supermarkets, Inc. is an American supermarket chain based in Matthews, North Carolina, just outside Charlotte. As of January 2017, the chain operates 243 stores in seven states: North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia.

Supermarket News ranked Harris Teeter No. 34 in the 2012 "Top 75 Retailers & Wholesalers" based on 2011 fiscal year sales of $4.3 billion. Based on 2005 revenue, Harris Teeter is the ninety-third largest retailer in the United States.

On July 9, 2013, Harris Teeter announced that it was being acquired by The Kroger Company. The merger closed on January 28, 2014, though Harris Teeter retained its name, brand and headquarters in Matthews.

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Foodarama Weekly Ad Circular

Foodarama Weekly Ad - Foodarama, also known as Cox's Foodarama, is a supermarket chain in Texas, with its headquarters in Foodarama Store #1 in Brays Oaks, Houston. In Greater Houston, as of 2016 Foodarama operates ten stores. Carrol Cox is the founder and president of Foodarama. As of 2011, 1,000 people work for Foodarama. As of 2016 the Cox family are still the owners of the chain.

The first Foodarama location was opened in 1973 by Carrol Cox. He had gained grocery-store managerial experience in Arizona and Utah before moving to Houston. In 1993, after AppleTree Markets put many of its stores up for sale, Cox's Foodarama acquired one.

Foodarama acquired the 1805 Ella Appletree, currently Foodarama #4. On February 28, 1999, Cox's Foodarama had seven locations. It had $74.4 million in annual sales and 1.4% of the grocery market. It also had 814 Houston-area employees.

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Hobby Lobby Weekly Ad Circular

Hobby Lobby Weekly Ad - Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. is a private for-profit, closely held corporation, and an American chain of retail arts and crafts stores based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, formerly called Hobby Lobby Creative Centers. The stores are managed by direct corporate hires.

Hobby Lobby is primarily an arts-and-crafts store but also includes hobbies, picture framing, jewelry making, fabrics, floral and wedding supplies, cards and party ware, baskets, wearable art, home accents and holiday merchandise.

Affiliated companies include Hemispheres, carrying unique home furnishings and accessories from around the world, and Mardel Christian and Education Supply, offering books, Bibles, gifts, church and education supplies as well as homeschooling curriculum. Hobby Lobby also maintains offices in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Yiwu, China.

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Blain's Farm & Fleet Weekly Ad Circular

Farm and Fleet Weekly Ad - Blain's Farm & Fleet is a regional chain of 38 retail stores in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa. The stores sell tires, agricultural supplies and equipment, hunting and fishing equipment and licenses, kitchen appliances, housewares, automotive goods, men's & women's clothing, household hardware, lawn and garden supplies, outdoor power tools, pumps and generators, paint, pet supplies, candy, sporting goods, tools and toys.

The company was founded in Janesville, Wisconsin in 1955 by brothers W. C. "Claude" Blain and N. B. "Bert" Blain. Each retail store is part of Farm and Fleet Stores which operate in four divisions by region, while the distribution is handled by a separate entity, Blain Supply. The business is a private closely held corporation primarily owned by CEO/President Jane Blain Gilbertson since her brother, Robert, retired in 2014. The chain has one distribution center in Janesville.

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Foodland Weekly Ad Circular

Foodland Weekly Ad - "Foodland" (Full name Foodland Super Market, Ltd.) is an American supermarket chain, headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii. Foodland operates 32 stores throughout the state of Hawaii under the "Foodland," "Foodland Farms," and "Sack 'N Save" names. "Food, Family & Friends" is their current slogan. The chain is in the process of adding more locations in Hawaii. The chain serves as the flagship of the Sullivan Family of Companies.

"FoodLand" is also the name of at least three regional supermarket chains in the United States, the other two being in the western Pennsylvania/West Virginia area, where a different but unrelated FoodLand has stores there, while an undetermined number of stores located particularly in Alabama, share the same logo as the Pennsylvania-based chain but appear to be otherwise separate.

The name "Foodland," being fairly generic in nature and apparently not a registered trademark, appears as all or part of the name of countless unaffiliated grocery stores throughout the country, as well as in Australia, Canada, Iceland and Thailand.

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Big Lots Weekly Ad Circular

Big Lots Weekly Ad - Big Lots, Inc. is an American retail company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Big Lots has over 1,400 stores in 48 states. Its department stores sell a wide variety of merchandise, including packaged food and beverages, toys, furniture, clothing, housewares, and small electronics, much of which is closed out or overstocked merchandise. Many of the items in these stores sell out quickly: in the store one day, but gone the next, with no replenishments coming. Many other items, such as foodstuffs, are stocked continually.

In many cases, Big Lots uses buildings formerly occupied by other stores. When Rite Aid Inc moved many Payless Drugstores into newly designed, stand-alone buildings, Big Lots (Pic 'N' Save) opened many new stores of its own in those newly vacant, open-air plaza storefronts. Products: Food and Beverage, toys, furniture, clothing, housewares, small electronics.

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Menards Weekly Ad Circular

Menards Weekly Ad - Menards Inc. is a chain of home improvement centers primarily in the Midwestern United States. The privately held company, headquartered in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, has approximately 300 stores in 14 states: Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Kentucky. It is the third largest home improvement chain in the United States, behind The Home Depot and Lowe's.

Menards has something for everyone from the beginning do-it-yourselfer to the experienced contractor. You can find your nearest Menards store with our easy-to-use Store Locator. Simply select your state & enter your city or enter your 5 digit ZIP code. Next, select your preferred store to view store hours, address, directions and phone number.

Products: Building materials, tools, hardware, garden supplies, electrical supplies, ceiling fans, light fixtures, cabinets, home appliances, doors, windows, paint, wood stain, wallpaper, plumbing supplies, carpet, vinyl, linoleum, groceries, automotive.

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Walmart Weekly Ad Circular

Walmart Weekly Ad - Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., doing business as Walmart, is an American multinational retailing corporation that operates as a chain of hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores. Headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas, the company was founded by Sam Walton in 1962 and incorporated on October 31, 1969. As of January 31, 2017, Walmart has 11,695 stores and clubs in 28 countries, under a total of 63 banners.

The company operates under the name Walmart in the United States and Canada. It operates as Walmart de México y Centroamérica in Mexico and Central America, as Asda in the United Kingdom, as the Seiyu Group in Japan, and as Best Price in India. It has wholly owned operations in Argentina, Brazil, and Canada. It also owns and operates the Sam's Club retail warehouses.

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Fry's Weekly Ad Circular

Fry's Weekly Ad - Fry's Food & Drug Stores, Inc., is a chain of supermarkets that has a major presence in the U.S. state of Arizona. Fry's also operates under the banner of Fry's Marketplace, a chain of multi-department stores. Fry's is a division of The Kroger Company. Fry's was founded in 1954 by Donald Fry in California. With the help of his brother Charles, the store expanded into Arizona in 1960. Fry's was sold in 1972 to Dillons. Dillons merged with Kroger in 1983.

Fry's Marketplace is a multi-department store that offers full-service grocery, pharmacy, Ticketmaster/Ticketron (no longer available), one-hour photo lab(no longer available), and general merchandise including outdoor living products, electronics, home goods and toys. Ranging in size from 80,000-105,000 square feet, the Marketplace stores are smaller than the Fred Meyer stores. Fry's Marketplace was derived from the Fred Meyer concept but on a smaller scale and has since expanded to Kroger's Columbus, Ohio Division and the Smith's Food & Drug Centers Division in Utah.

Fry's Marketplace started out as Smitty's, Arizona's first multi-department store. Smitty's was similar to a Wal-Mart Supercenter and even had a food court with four branded fast food options (such as Taco Bell). In 1996, Smitty's merged with Smith's Food and Drug Centers of Salt Lake City. In 1997, After the Fred Meyer-Smith's merger, Fred Meyer updated and revitalized the Smitty's concept and in January 1999, all Smitty's stores were renamed Fred Meyer. During this time, management of the chain changed from Smith's Food and Drug to Fred Meyer. Construction also started on a full sized Fred Meyer store in Phoenix.

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