Stater Bros.' new $300 million headquarters and distribution facility will consolidate its far-flung infrastructure
Jack Brown is going home, and he's taking Stater Bros. Markets with him. The chairman and chief executive officer of the 163-store chain was born in San Bernardino, Calif., and that's where Stater is moving its operations beginning next month — six miles northeast of its 71-year home base in Colton to newly constructed facilities in an industrial park in neighboring San Bernardino. The move will occur in increments — the offices in September, grocery distribution early next year and ...
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