Aldi Opens New Michigan Store, Relocates in Pennsylvania

The grocer is expanding its presence in Stevensville, Mich., while giving consumers in New Kensington, Penn., a new shopping option.
Greg Sleter
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Aldi is expanding its presence in Stevensville, Mich., with the opening of a new location in the community located on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. 

In addition, the discount grocer will open a relocated store in the Pennsylvania community of New Kensington, just to the east of Pittsburgh. 

The Stevensville store is located at 5110 Red Arrow Highway and expands the grocer’s presence in a community it has served for nearly three decades. The location will open Thursday, March 23. 

“Our stores are designed to make grocery shopping smarter, faster and easier, and we’ve been voted the price leader for six years running,” said Ryan Fritsch, Webberville regional vice president for Aldi. “We have served this community for more than 29 years and are excited to continue to offer Stevensville residents an affordable way of shopping.”

The New Kensington store will open on Thursday, March 23, and the Lower Burrell store at 2515 Leechburg Road that it is replacing will close its doors Tuesday, March 21.

“We are excited to provide local shoppers a revamped and refreshed Aldi store designed to make grocery shopping smarter, faster and easier,” said JR Perry, Saxonburg regional vice president for Aldi. “We are always looking out for the needs of our shoppers, and decided to move our New Kensington store to allow more room for added fresh, high-quality products at affordable prices, which our loyal shoppers know and love.”

The first 100 customers at each store will receive a gift card as part of the Aldi Golden Ticket gift card giveaway program. Shoppers can also enter a sweepstakes for a chance to win a $500 Aldi gift card during the grand opening weekend from March 23 through March 26.