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    Kroger Set to Re-Open Flood Damaged Indiana Store

    Indiana-based Kroger division will thank workers, community volunteers for help rebuilding flood-ravaged store.

    The Kroger Co.'s Central Division later this week will re-open its Martinsville, Ind., store that was severely damaged in the June floods.

    As part of the grand re-opening festivities planned for Thursday morning, the Indiana-based Kroger division will conduct a ceremony to thank workers and community volunteers for their help in rebuilding the store following the devastating floods.

    During the event, the subsidiary of the Cincinnati-based chain also will announce a "significant economic investment" in Martinsville while paying tribute to the American Red Cross, Martinsville Police and Fire Departments.

    The Kroger Central Division has 154 food stores, 129 pharmacies and 50 fuel centers operating under five banners; Kroger, Scott's, Owen's, Hilander and Pay Less, with locations primarily in Indiana and Illinois, in addition to five stores in Missouri, one in Michigan and one in Ohio.

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