CHANDLER, Ariz. — Bashas’ here is refocusing its efforts on the customer as the family-owned chain marks its 80-year anniversary as a stronger company just two years after emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The company has paid 100% of its financial obligations to all secured lenders and 90% of its debt to unsecured lenders, with plans to pay the balance on schedule by August of next year, Edward Basha (right), vice president, retail operations, told SN.
In addition, ...
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