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In Northeastern Oklahoma, the 15-store Reasor’s will open its newest 80,000 square foot unit today in the city of Jenks, which company president/CEO Jeff Reasor says “combines old-fashioned customer service with state-of-the-art technologies to bring you a new kind of shopping experience.”

According to the company, “the food service area is unrivaled by any grocer in the region. Individual salad, sandwich, coffee, olive and sushi bars offer an array of fresh, delicious items guaranteed to tantalize your taste buds. Special features include banquet and meeting space, a coffee bar, and a deli restaurant … Health- and environmentally conscious consumers will appreciate the large, whole and natural foods area as well as the fresh fish market. Reasor’s has employed a seafood merchant from Seattle to provide expert insight into new trends of freshness and sustainability.”

The new store is the third expansion and location for Reasor’s in Jenks.
KC's View:
It seems like all you read about these days are companies that cutting and laying off. Reasor’s may be a small company and this, in the scheme of things, may be a small story. But it is worth noting if for no other reason than it reflects a spirit of optimism.