After decades of speculation, CEO Ed Crenshaw led Publix Super Markets into North Carolina earlier this year, with the first store opening in a Charlotte suburb in February.
“North Carolina has been a long anticipated state for us, more than twenty years in the making. It was probably the number one question I received from customers and our associates,” Crenshaw told SN in an email.
Going up against local favorite Harris Teeter, not to mention Bi-Lo, Food Lion and Walmart, ...
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