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Clover Bi-Lo opens in former Piggly Wiggly spot

CLOVER Bi-Lo opened in Clover Friday in what just weeks earlier was a Piggy Wiggly location.

The store at 136 Main St., opened today with new signage and features the same familiar faces and a mix of familiar products, Bi-Lo officials said.

“We are excited to welcome this new Bi-Lo store to the South Carolina market,” said Sam Blaiss, Central region vice president for Bi-Lo stores. “We invite shoppers to visit the store and learn more about Bi-Lo’s money-saving programs and quality products.”

In addition to the variety of products shoppers at the new Bi-Lo can register for the company’s value programs, including the fuelperks! fuel rewards program which allows customers to earn\gas savings every time they shop with their My Bi-Lo bonus card.

“While the name on the store has changed, what has not is what matters most – providing shoppers with friendly customer service and the freshest foods at the greatest prices, while giving back to the neighborhoods BI-LO serves,” said Blaiss.

The Clover location is one of 22 stores in South Carolina and coastal Georgia that Bi-Lo purchased earlier this year from Piggly Wiggly.

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