History of City Market, The

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History of City Market, The
Cover
Cover page
AuthorAnthony F. Prinster, Kate Ruland-Thorne
LanguageEnglish
GenreRetailing Marketing & Sales
Publication date
2016-02-27
ISBN9781625847720
Mercid 399209781625847720
MerchantRakuten Kobo Canada
WebsiteRakuten Kobo Canada

Summary

City Market's story begins with a penniless eighteen-year-old immigrant and closes with the business becoming part of the largest supermarket chain in the United States. In 1924, brothers Paul, Frank, Leo and Clarence Prinster bought a meat market in Grand Junction, Colorado, a business venture that would allow them to ride out the stock market crash and the Great Depression. It also allowed them to open the state's first supermarket in 1939, the beginning of an empire that remained in the family for over a century and helped shape the heritage of western Colorado. Tony Prinster shares how the City Market founders and its dedicated employees transformed a family business into the retail brand that touched the lives of so many people.

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