While flooding from Tropical Storm Ida forced the temporary closure of the ShopRite of Englewood, we are pleased to announce that repairs are complete and the store will reopen on September 24 at 7:00 am.
The flooding from Ida that hit many New Jersey communities earlier this month also impacted the ShopRite of Englewood. After completing an assessment, cleanup crews, repair experts, and ShopRite associates went to work remediating the damage and getting the store ready for customers. In addition to repairs, the entire store has been deep cleaned, sanitized and is in the process of restocking.
“We can’t wait to reopen and welcome our neighbors and friends back into our store,” said Terry Glass, Co-CEO of Glass Gardens, Inc. “I commend our associates for their tremendous work and commitment to getting our store ready, and thank our shoppers and the community for their patience and support as we finalize our reopening efforts.”
On September 24, some items may be temporarily limited as the store restocks. The store’s pharmacy will reopen on Monday, September 27 at 9:00 am.
The ShopRite of Englewood has been serving the community and surrounding areas since 1993, and will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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