Who will buy Harris Teeter?

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on May 28, 2013

I had the pleasure to work for HT. it was a top notch organization , that I hated to leave. Unfortunately the did not operate stores in the area I had to move to. I would hate to see this company sold to an organization that will destroy what this company is all about. I have to say in my 29 years in the business The Best Is What Teeter Is All About!

Anonymous
on May 28, 2013

Wakefern would not fit the bill as they are more of a price only operation and Harris feeder is about quality.

Anonymous
on May 25, 2013

Most of the replys on this site have major misspellings and poor grammar! I guess they are the ones that think Harris Teeter is to expensive and want a cheap, low quality store to come in. Harris Teeter treats it's customers with respect,kindness and go out of their way to make sure your happy. I have never found another store like that! Selling/losing Harris Teeter will be a BIG mistake!!!

Anonymous
on Apr 17, 2013

I hope Publix !!

Anonymous
on Mar 24, 2013

i hope they sell for i can get laid off.

Anonymous
on Mar 12, 2013

The company that write the biggest check. Walmart started out as a well managed, tight knit company. Today it is a multinational conglomerate that is concerned with the numbers, not the employees or customers.

Anonymous
on Mar 6, 2013

Kroger is bigest one in us so it as money

and buying it would make it more powerful

Anonymous
on Feb 24, 2013

Harris Teeter is Boutique grocery at its finest! Larger corporations would not fit the bill for this type of operation and probably would destroy the expertise it has taken to build this company. private equity would be the best choice to carry on and expand Boutique to its next level.

Anonymous
on Mar 1, 2013

I pray Wakefern purchases Harris Teeter. I am very impressed with they have done in upstate NY

Anonymous
on Feb 27, 2013

Publix would do the best job of continuing the excellent customer service and product selection Harris Teeter has delivered. A private equity firm is only concerned about the quarterly numbers not reality in each store. A grocer would treat the associates much better. The associates built the company to what it is today. They were guided by management. Management can be replaced by another grocer and the store morale will improve. Continued crunching of numbers will destroy what the company was built open. If you look at Publix and Wegmans success its not a coincidence that they not have to answer to public stockholders. I would also assume a grocer would pay more than a private equity firm.

Anonymous
on Feb 22, 2013

None of the above
Our customers pay our pay checks not Harris Teeterr.!!!!! Best is what we're all about.

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