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Fareway Announces New Store in Ogden, Iowa; Reynolds W. Cramer, Brian Reimers, and Craig Christensen Comment

Fareway Announces New Store in Ogden, Iowa; Reynolds W. Cramer, Brian Reimers, and Craig Christensen Comment

Monday, October 11th, 2021

More than just executive changes are taking place at Fareway recently as the grocer announced the next steps in its growth strategy. A new store will pad the retailer’s portfolio as it expects to open its 8,000-square-foot location in Ogden, Iowa.

Reynolds W. Cramer, Chief Executive Officer, Fareway“We are excited to bring Fareway to Ogden and appreciate the local officials and the State of Iowa who helped make this project possible,” said Fareway Chief Executive Officer Reynolds W. Cramer. “We look forward to serving area residents and remain committed to helping make our local communities vibrant.”

According to a press release, this new opening follows the company’s tactical move to implement online shopping and curbside pick up at nearly 50 of its locations back in April, as it continues to explore new strategies to fortify its retail prowess.

Fareway has broken ground on a new 8,000-square-foot store in Ogden, Iowa, expected to open in 2022

The retailer hosted its groundbreaking ceremony early last week at 302 West Walnut Street. Fareway’s new location will be open for the local community reportedly in late 2022.

Brian Reimers, Mayor Pro-Tem, Ogden“We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Fareway to Ogden! Our community is thrilled, and this will be a positive addition to the landscape of downtown,” said Mayor Pro-Tem Brian Reimers. “We are so appreciative to be working with a great Iowa company, and one that is located right here in Boone County!”

Ogden Legacy President Craig Christensen also commented on the soon-coming Fareway store.

Craig Christensen, President, Ogden Legacy Group“We are appreciative of Fareway and their investment in the Ogden community, and look forward to having a local grocery option in our downtown once again,” said Ogden Legacy President Craig Christensen. “Thank you to the many community groups and members who have been supportive of continued economic development and this project.”

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