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An Easter message from Giant Food Mart


Happy Easter from the Kusmierski family

The Western New York spring certainly gives a glimpse of those warm, sunny days to come and a feeling of positivity that comes with the weather. The snow has melted away and the green from the grass and (soon to be) trees gives a feeling of the good things to come.

At the risk of sounding corny, I feel like that change in season and that anticipation is a lot of what we are feeling right now with the Giant stores in Wellsville and Cuba. We are really starting to see some of the glimpses into what the future holds in both of those locations, and we are very excited about the opportunities that they bring.

Change takes time, just like the change of seasons, but we will get there and we are excited to work our way into the fabric of the communities. We understand the importance of communities, locally owned business, and the purposes they serve. We hope to earn the communities support and provide them with reasons to shop with us and make us a part of the daily, or weekly routine.

We have had the opportunity to meet some great people and we look forward to meeting more! As the season starts to change we can’t wait to see all that Wellsville, Cuba – and everywhere in between – have to offer as we move through the year. We hope that you will visit our stores to see the changes that we are making. Giant Food Mart wants to move in a direction that the people of the communities are proud to support.

Thank you all for the support you have shown, thank you for your patience as we move through some changes. We look forward to being a part of your community and we hope that we will earn your business now and into the future.

To all of those celebrating Easter this weekend, and Passover for the next week we wish you all a great holiday.

Nick Kusmierski and family

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