Hoboken ShopRite officials say store will reopen in February
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HOBOKEN -- According to a press release received late Friday afternoon, spokespeople for the ShopRite in Hoboken say the store will reopen in February after suffering from extensive damage from Hurricane Sandy.

The store is one of four supermarkets in Hoboken. Shoppers may also patronize the A&P, or two Kings Fresh locations. However, with approximately 50,000 residents in Hoboken, all stores are well used.

According to the release, "Like the countless residents and businesses owners in this square mile hamlet who have had to tear down and rebuild, ShopRite is committed to remaining an integral part of the community."

Larry Inserra, president of Inserra Supermarkets, said, “While we have no set date yet, we anticipate a grand reopening in February. My family and I have served our Hoboken neighbors for nearly 10 years and we are very pleased to continue to provide them with great food, low prices and unparalleled customer service.”

The release said that the ShopRite of Hoboken is currently in the midst of a complete renovation, and listed many services that will be improved and added.

For more, watch upcoming editions of the Hoboken Reporter.
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