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Plains Manager

Schiel's Family Market


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With five owners-- four brothers and sisters, plus one nephew-- the store naturally emanates a family atmosphere, said Schiel's Plains Manager Gary Ankner.
    "I often say, it is not what I want to sell, it is what the customer wants to buy," Ankner said.     With a focus on customer convenience, the store offers a delivery service, with up to 200 deliveries scheduled between the two stores each week. Deliveries range from parts of Kingston and Forty Fort to Plains and Wilkes-Barre.     "The Wilkes-Barre store does far more deliveries," he said. Ankner noted that between the two stores, the company employs 250-300 people. Schiel's has participated for the past four years and this year raised about $45,000, Ankner said.     Thinking about the future of neighborhood markets, Ankner stated that small markets will have a hard time competing with the prices offered by larger chain stores such as Walmart, but feels the neighborhood market will survive.


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