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    Kroger Upgrades 2 Indiana Stores

    The remodeling projects part of a series of grand re-openings scheduled for 2008.

    The Kroger Co.'s Central Division cut the ribbon for two Indiana stores, part of a series of grand re-openings scheduled for 2008 involving multi-million dollar investments in new Central Division stores.

    In the case of these latest remodels, Kroger said it put nearly $1.2 million into its Pay Less store in Lafayette, and more than $2 million in its Kroger banner store in Lebanon.

    "The central Indiana grocery and pharmacy market is very competitive, but also very important for The Kroger Co.," said Kroger's Central Marketing Area president Bob Moeder. "We are making these significant economic and work force investments in our stores because we are succeeding in this market. We are succeeding in this market because we consistently provide quality products, competitive prices and outstanding customer service, while working hard to be supportive partners in the neighborhoods we serve."

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