His son Michael
, left, serves a manager at the store. (Ben Garver / Berkshire Eagle
"It was more of a level playing field," observed Michael Albert, 35, a manager at his parents' store.
wife Shawn also helps out.
"We offer the same sales and it's important to know you can save money at the store," Michael
emphasized, adding that customers with large orders can negotiate with his
father for deals.
"It's like a faucet," said Michael
"The town really is trying to do things, but there are certain things it can't control," Michael
won't go home," Michael
Michael Albert, hands-on at Loeb's Foodtown, the family