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Weis Markets

Weis Markets plans $135 million in capital spending

Weis Markets plans $135 million in capital spending

SUNBURY, Pa.— Weis Markets Inc. plans to invest $135 million in its growth during 2021. Jonathan Weis, the retailer’s chairman, president and chief executive officer, announced the capital expenditures plan Thursday during the company’s annual shareholder meeting. He said the company continues to invest in new stores, remodels, fuel centers, information technology upgrades and more

Weis Markets posts 23.7% Q2 sales gain

Weis Markets posts 23.7% Q2 sales gain

SUNBURY, Pa. — Weis Markets Inc. posted a second-quarter sales increase of 23.7%, to $1.1 billion, the company said Monday. Comparable store sales increased by 24.1% for the 13-week period. The Company’s second-quarter net income increased 102.5% to $41.5 million compared to $20.5 million in 2019, while earnings per share totaled $1.54 compared to $0.76 per share for the same period

Weis details capital spending plans

Weis details capital spending plans

SUNBURY, Pa. — Weis Markets plans to spend $90 million on growth in 2017. Chairman and chief executive officer Jonathan Weis detailed the capital spending plan for the 204-store supermarket chain, which operates in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Virginia and West Virginia, at the company’s annual shareholder meeting. The planned investments involve

Food Lion stores rebanner as Weis

SUNBURY, Pa. — Weis Markets Inc. last month announced plans to convert 38 recently acquired Food Lion stores in three Mid-Atlantic states to Weis Markets outlets. The conversions should be completed by the end of October, said Kurt Schertle, chief operating officer at Weis Markets. The move will double the number of Weis Markets in