The Beavercreek Aldi store that has been closed since tornadoes seriously damaged the location in late May will reopen next week.
The store at 2451 Lakeview Drive will reopen at 8:30 a.m. Aug. 15, “a celebration of community perseverance,” according to a statement from Aldi.
Beavercreek Aldi employees began lending a hand to clean up the morning after the tornadoes, according to the statement. Aldi also sent 700 disaster relief food boxes to the Dayton Foodbank and donated $10,000 to the American Red Cross for tornado relief.
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“We’re pleased to reopen our Beavercreek store after experiencing such a devastating event, and we’re thankful for our employees and trusted business partners who were on site the next day to start the cleanup process,” said Sarah Brown, ALDI Springfield division vice president. “The entire community was affected in one way or another, and it’s encouraging to see how quickly we’ve come together to rebuild.”
At the reopening, the first 100 customers will receive a gift card and there will be a sweepstakes for a chance to win a year’s supply of Aldi produce.
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