Fresh n' Low Ribbon Cutting
Dec 19, 2012 | 1323 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
FRESH N’ LOW recently cut the ribbon on its new grocery store off Spring Place at 2010 Broomfield Road. The new store offers “friendly service, low prices, top quality fresh meats and fresh produce, and a wide variety of brands.” The store is owned and operated by the cook Family. The new grocery also has a convenient pharmacy with drive-through lane. On hand for the ribbon-cutting ceremony were, from left front, Larry McSpadden, Chamber ambassador; Mickey Torbett, United Community Bank president; Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland; Dan Cooke, Britney Cooke; Lindsey Cook; and Ashley Rue, Chamber ambassador. Also on hand was Chamber CEO Gary Farlow. The photo is courtesy of Aaron Weatherford.
FRESH N’ LOW recently cut the ribbon on its new grocery store off Spring Place at 2010 Broomfield Road. The new store offers “friendly service, low prices, top quality fresh meats and fresh produce, and a wide variety of brands.” The store is owned and operated by the cook Family. The new grocery also has a convenient pharmacy with drive-through lane. On hand for the ribbon-cutting ceremony were, from left front, Larry McSpadden, Chamber ambassador; Mickey Torbett, United Community Bank president; Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland; Dan Cooke, Britney Cooke; Lindsey Cook; and Ashley Rue, Chamber ambassador. Also on hand was Chamber CEO Gary Farlow. The photo is courtesy of Aaron Weatherford.
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FRESH N’ LOW recently cut the ribbon on its new grocery store off Spring Place at 2010 Broomfield Road. The new store offers “friendly service, low prices, top quality fresh meats and fresh produce, and a wide variety of brands.” The store is owned and operated by the cook Family. The new grocery also has a convenient pharmacy with drive-through lane. On hand for the ribbon-cutting ceremony were, from left front, Larry McSpadden, Chamber ambassador; Mickey Torbett, United Community Bank president; Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland; Dan Cooke, Britney Cooke; Lindsey Cook; and Ashley Rue, Chamber ambassador. Also on hand was Chamber CEO Gary Farlow. The photo is courtesy of Aaron Weatherford.