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    PG Applauds 2012 Store Design Contest Winners

    Exclusive profiles of runners-up, honorable mentions also feature engaging concepts

    From a brilliantly rebuilt community-focused store situated in the heart of Oklahoma's "Tornado Alley," to a family-owned independent grocer seeking to re-establish its mojo with a broad and changing urban Chicago clientele, these and eight other supermarkets that have opened in the past year have been chosen as the first-place winners of Progressive Grocer's third annual Store Design Contest.  The full story can be found here.

    Coverage of the Store Design Contest's runners-up and honorable mentions can be found at progressivegrocer.com/StoreDesignExtra.

    Click on the links below to read more and view photos of each store's transformation:

    Overall Design: New Construction, Over 50,000 Square Feet
    Runner-Up: Fresh by Brookshire’s, Tyler, Texas
    Designer: Brookshire Grocery Co.

    Honorable Mention: Harmons Station Park, Farmington, Utah
    Designer: Decorworx

    Overall Design: New Construction, Under 50,000 Square Feet
    Runner-up: Harp’s Food Store, Greenbrier, Ark.
    Designer: AWG Design and Décor Source Group

    Honorable Mention: Williams Discount Foods, Piedmont, Okla.
    Designer: AWG Design and Décor Source Group

    Honorable Mention: Charlie’s County Market, Shawano, Wis.
    Designer: Mehmert Store Services

    Mid-Budget Remodel
    Runner-Up: Dahl’s Foods, Ames, Iowa
    Designer: AWG Design and Décor Source Group

    Low-Cost Remodel
    Runner-Up: Grand Food Center, Winnetka, Ill.
    Designer: Mehmert Store Services
     

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