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Butera Market

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Butera Market

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Butera Market is a family-owned full-service supermarket. Founded in 1968, Butera Finer Foods, now known as Butera Market, has been and continues to be Chicagoland's low price leader. In addition to providing great values to our customers, Butera Market also... more

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Butera submits winning bid on STC Eagle

www.kcchronicle.com [cached]

Butera submits winning bid on STC Eagle Butera's chief executive and founder, Paul Butera Sr., stressed Tuesday that he hopes to have the three new stores open this autumn, assuming he gains U.S. Bankruptcy Court approval of the auction results on Sept. 11.The latest of the reopenings will be by late November or early December, Butera said, although he has not said which of his three new stores will be opened first.Paul Butera Sr. is the vice chairman of, and a shareholder in, Hodgkins-based Certified Grocers Midwest Inc.When Butera Sr. opted some years ago to scale back because of retirement, the chain was reduced in size, to the point that it has five stores today - in Elgin, Roselle, Des Plaines, Norridge and Harwood Heights.But with two of his sons now joining him in business, Butera gradually has been building up the number of sites again.Butera said a recent industry study has identified Butera as the low-priced leader among grocers in the metro Chicago market.He said employees of his voted a few years ago to decertify themselves as union employees and now are not represented by a union.Butera Sr. said his employees decided then "that what's good for them is not to be part of organized labor any more."


About Us | Piggly Wiggly

Then, in late February 2006, the new Company went from being a publicly held to a privately held company when Paul Butera, the Chairman of the Chicagoland grocery cooperative Certified Grocer's Midwest, Inc. led a group of Certified members in forming "Certifresh Holdings, Inc.
to acquire the Company. That same year, Piggly Wiggly launched Pig Points, the exciting fuel discounts program that allows customers to pay as little as one cent per gallon of gas. Customers earn fuel discounts by using their Piggly Wiggly Preferred Club Card when purchasing any of the thousands specially-marked Pig Points products throughout participating Piggly Wiggly stores. Fuel discounts can be redeemed at participating fuel partners. In September of 2007, approximately 18 months after the Certifresh acquisition took the Company private, Paul Butera joined by members of his family purchased the Company from Certifresh. Paul Butera, a Chicagoland grocer since opening his first store in 1962, brought his experience and knowledge as the owner/operator of "Butera Market," one of Chicagoland's oldest and largest independent grocery chains, to Sheboygan, WI. With the help of the Piggly Wiggly team of officers, supervisors, management and store personnel, he applied his skills in buying, advertising, marketing, store designing and layout planning to all facets of the business and embarked upon an aggressive advertising and expansion campaign.


www.meetchristians.com

I wonder if Butera is actually owned by Piggly Wiggly?
Paul Butera Sr., chairman and president of the grocery chain, is turning it into a Piggly Wiggly as part of a larger push by the brand in the Chicago market. Mr. Butera, who did not return calls, also is the owner and CEO of Sheboygan, Wis.-based Piggly Wiggly Midwest, an affiliate of Piggly Wiggly LLC of Keene, N.H. A year ago he struck a deal with the three-store Wisted's Supermarket Inc. chain in Marengo to convert all three - in Marengo, Woodstock and Huntley - to Piggly Wiggly.


www.rockcountyalliance.com

"We are excited to bring Piggly Wiggly to Beloit," said Paul Butera, owner of Piggly Wiggly Midwest.


www.statelinebusiness.com

"We are excited to bring Piggly Wiggly to Beloit,² said Paul Butera, owner of Piggly Wiggly Midwest.


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