For immediate release: March 6, 2015
For more information: Eric B. White, Director of Marketing
Redner’s To Close Doylestown Warehouse Market
Reading, Pa. – Company officials have announced the closing of Redner’s Warehouse Market in Doylestown. Opened in 1995, the store is located within Doylestown Point Plaza and will close at 6pm on March 31, 2018. All full and part time employees (69) will be provided an opportunity to continue their employment at other Redner’s locations within the region. No associates will lose their job based upon the closure.
“The lease on this location is approaching its end and the property owner presented us with an offer to end the lease early. Based on the offer, non-renewal of said lease would prove to be the most beneficial direction to take for the company. We feel that closure was the best option as we focus our energies on stores with positive growth in the other stores within Bucks County and as we expand into new markets. We have been happy to provide the Warrington & Doylestown community with our shopping experience for 23 years and look forward to seeing our customers shop with us in our neighboring stores,” said Ryan Redner, President/CEO.
Doylestown Point Plaza is owned by Goodman Properties of Jenkintown.
Redner’s Markets, Inc, an employee owned company, currently operates 44 Grocery Stores and 21 Quick Shoppes throughout Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. Redner’s is committed to supporting the community in which each Grocery Store and Quick Shoppe is located through a variety of supportive partnerships and enrichment programs. Redner’s continually strives to provide the lowest prices, freshest product and the outstanding service our customers have come to expect for 48 years.