For Immediate Release
Family-owned company also prepares for reopening of newly remodeled flagship store in Pleasanton
PLEASANTON, Calif. – April 19, 2021 — Lucky California, a unique grocery shopping experience designed for everyone who loves good food and great low prices, today announced it is donating drought-tolerant, Crepe Myrtle trees to all of the elementary, middle and high schools in the Pleasanton Unified School District to celebrate Earth Day (April 22) and the upcoming reopening of its newly remodeled location at 6155 W. Las Positas Boulevard.
“We are happy to honor Earth Day and the Pleasanton community with these living tributes,” said Mario Guerrero, store director at Lucky California Pleasanton. “Our store has been a part of this community for decades and we look forward to welcoming guests back soon.”
Lucky California and its parent company The Save Mart Companies partner with vendors and suppliers that share their commitment to sustainability and must operate ethical environments and produce safe, high-quality products. The Company has numerous eco-friendly practices, from composting and recycling thousands of pounds of plastics and cardboard to currently offering 33 electric vehicle charging stations throughout 15 cities, with plans to install at Lucky California Pleasanton later this year. The Save Mart Companies’ distribution centers use state-of-the art software that helps cut down on emissions by mapping out the best delivery routes and avoiding unnecessary miles
This remodeled Lucky California store, currently under construction, will act as the flagship store and innovation lab for all 68 Lucky California and Lucky stores in the greater San Francisco Bay Area, providing unique offerings and services and continuing their long-standing commitment to low prices. Lucky California Pleasanton reflects the region’s diverse food culture featuring the best of the Tri-Valley, Bay Area and California with a focus on seasonally fresh and locally sourced food and products.
For more information on Lucky California and to create an online order, guests can visit www.LuckySupermarkets.com.
About Lucky California
Embracing California’s spirit, identity, and flavors, Lucky California and Lucky stores represent the “Golden State of Eating.” With 68 locations in and around the San Francisco Bay Area, Lucky California and Lucky provide guests with diverse and eclectic flavors while still offering exceptional value throughout the store. Lucky California is part of The Save Mart Companies, the largest family-owned grocer in California. Committed to sourcing a wide variety of local products to the communities it serves, the Company operates 204 traditional and price impact stores under the banners of Save Mart, Lucky California, Lucky, FoodMaxx and MaxxValue Foods. In addition to its retail operation, the company also operates Smart Refrigerated Transport and is a partner in Super Store Industries (SSI), which owns and operates a distribution center in Lathrop and the Sunnyside Farms dairy processing plant in Turlock. For more information on Lucky California and Lucky stores, please visit: www.LuckySupermarkets.com.
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