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Aldi at 1507 New Garden Road in Greensboro in 2013.

Nelson Kepley / News & Record

GRÜNSBORO – The discounter Aldi will reopen its redesigned store in 1507 New Garden Road on April 12th.

At 8.25 a.m. the ribbon is cut and the first 100 buyers receive Aldi vouchers of varying amounts.

There are also shopping bag giveaways and a competition in which products can be won for one year.

The New Garden Road Store opened in 2013.

By the end of the year, Aldi wants to convert ten branches in the Triad and the surrounding area.

“We have been delighted to serve the Triad community for 19 years and we are excited to invest nearly $ 14 million in updating our Triad stores to better serve our existing and new customers,” said Krysta Cearley, Salisbury Division Vice President of ALDI.

The converted stores have a modern design, open ceilings, LED lighting, energy-saving cooling and environmentally friendly building materials.

The conversions are part of Aldi’s aggressive nationwide investment plan of $ 1.6 billion to upgrade more than 1,300 stores in the United States by 2020.

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