BEND, Ore. — Newport Avenue Market never stands still. Indeed, that’s the core philosophy at this family-owned, upscale supermarket.
“We can’t ever afford to stand on our laurels. We want to be first, best or different, and that means we have to be constantly innovating,” owner Rudy Dory told SN.
Right now, the 22,000- square-foot store is undergoing its biggest renovation in the last 13 years, Dory said.
“We are spending $600,000 on this one and ...
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