Bottom Dollar Store Coming To Ross Township

The discount grocer is opening later this summer, employing 30-35 people.

Another grocery store will soon be opening along McKnight Road. A Bottom Dollar Food store will open later this summer in Ross Towne Center. 

It will be located between the now closed Roomful Express and the Goodwill Industries store, at 7221 McKnight Road. 

“We are excited to serve the surrounding community, and we look forward to offering customers our unbelievable prices on fresh produce, quality meats, private brands and the national brands that matter most, ” said Tenisha Waldo, a spokeswoman for Bottom Dollar Food.

She did not offer a specific date for the opening of the store. 

Waldo also said the store is looking for employees. "On average, each store employs approximately 30-35 associates. We're always looking for talented people who are fun, energetic and have a passion for helping customers as well as fellow associates,” she said. 

Bottom Dollar Food has stores 11 stores in the Pittsburgh area. It is owned by Delhaize America, which has more than 1,500 stores along the East Coast, according to the company’s web site. 

Delhaize America companies include Food Lion, Harveys, Hannaford Supermarkets, Reid's and Sweetbay Supermarket. 

The company is part of Delhaize Group (NYSE: DEG), an international grocery retailer based in Brussels, Belgium. 

Anyone interested in applying for employment opportunities at Bottom Dollar Food may visit http://www.bottomdollarfood.com/careers.asp

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andy June 18, 2012 at 01:39 PM
With number 12 in Ross Twp and number 13 currently under construction in McKees Rocks, Bottom Dollar's parent Delhaize is certainly making an impact in the Pittsburgh region. I think these openings makes it more difficult for Wal-mart to introduce its Neighborhood Market concept in the area. Bottom Dollar and Aldi are fighting aggressively for the best small locations.
Stephanie Davis June 18, 2012 at 05:29 PM
Nice!! Always looking for reasons not to shop at Giant Eagle. Our region is growing fast!!
Cindy June 19, 2012 at 03:37 AM
I can't wait for them to open in the North Hills...I love that store and don't like driving all the way to Bridgeville to shop there.


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