Stater Bros. Markets understands the communities it serves because it takes a lot of pride in being a “hometown” company. And because Jack Brown, chairman and chief executive officer of the 167-store chain, was born in San Bernardino, Calif. — Stater's corporate home — he also feels he has a keen understanding, along with a deep affection, for those communities. The way Stater Bros. delivers service to people in the areas where it operates prompted SN to ...

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