With an investment of more than 12 million dollars, it becomes its largest store in the southeast of the state with an area of approximately 3,400 square meters. The new store is located in a privileged area at 450 Commack Road, in the east of Deer Park, being the first newly built Lidl store in the area.
Its strategic location will allow it to serve customers in the North Babylon, Brentwood, Brightwaters, West Islip, Wyandanch, Huntington Station and West Babylon areas.
On the day it opens, the food chain will offer its customers special opening offers, with gift cards from between 5 and 100 dollars for the first 100 customers who are in line before the opening scheduled for 7:40 in the morning.
Ahead of the official grand opening of Deer Park, Lidl will host an open house on January 17 from 4-5pm where local residents will be invited to visit the store for the first time to introduce the team who will be in charge of the supermarket and at the same time offer a tasting of the products and the latest news from the retailer.
REFERENCE COMPANY IN CO2 EMISSIONS REDUCTION
Deer Park store number 22 will be the first Lidl store in New York to use natural CO2 refrigerant. The establishment will also have charging stations for electric vehicles available to customers and the employees themselves.
Michael Voltz, director of efficiency and renewable energy at the energy company PSEG, has congratulated Lidl for its new opening and its continued commitment to sustainability: “The installation of chargers will serve electric vehicle owners by promoting the use of responsible mobility between customers and through the efficient refrigeration system, Lidl will save energy and protect the environment.”
THE BUSINESS MODEL IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS
Lidl has also received congratulations from Suffolk County Supervisor John Kennedy, highlighting the great commercial attraction that will be the new opening and highlighting the advantages offered by the retailer both for customers and for new workers, which on this occasion will have more than 50 employees and has officially announced it: “Lidl has earned its prestige by offering its customers quality products at low prices and providing its employees with competitive wages and advantageous social benefits. I have seen first-hand how Lidl’s presence in Suffolk County has provided a purchasing option that was not there before.”
Lidl’s business model based on the discount philosophy has led it to achieve success and maintain its price leadership by offering the highest quality products at the best market prices.
The passing of the years has made us see the undeniable evolution of the food chain to always adapt to the new demands of the consumer, add value through an improvement in the shopping experience and always be at the forefront of new trends in the market. market and consumption.
Lidl is currently present in 32 countries, is one of the leading supermarket chains in Europe and has a structure of more than 12,000 stores with a workforce of more than 360,000 employees worldwide. Specifically, Lidl US has 170 stores in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Washington, DC, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and New York.
The company works to be better every day and prepares the company through its economic and social responsibility together with its environmental commitment to ensure a successful future.