Stater Bros. Markets – Coming To The Town Center At The Preserve Soon!

By: Sharjeel Sohaib


Mar 4, 2022


Stater Bros. has been serving Southern California for more than 80 years and is the largest privately-owned supermarket chain in the United States. They have always emphasized providing high-quality products at the best possible prices with old-fashioned friendly service throughout history.

The philosophy served as the foundation for Stater Bros. when on August 17, 1936, Cleo and Leo Stater opened their first store in Yucaipa, California. The brothers’ innovative ideas of offering excellent customer service with low prices, weekly specials, and convenient hours quickly gained a loyal following.

With yearly sales of $4 billion, Stater Bros. has developed steadily over the years to become the largest supermarket chain (privately held) in Southern California and the largest private employer in both San Bernardino and Riverside counties. The Stater Bros. Supermarket Family currently consists of over 18,000 people and manages 170 supermarkets.

Stater Bros. Markets Coming To Chino!

Stater Bros. Markets, one of the largest private employers in the Inland Empire, will be coming to the Town Center at the Preserve in Chino! Stater Bros. Markets, rooted in the American tradition, proudly celebrates a rich legacy of service to the Inland Empire!

Stater Bros. Markets will be opening a new store, which is currently under construction and scheduled to open in 2023. 

The senior vice president, Ken Caron of Stater Bros, said: “The new store will bring much-needed convenience to the surrounding community where the population continues to grow.”

The 46,000 square-foot building that will anchor the retail center on the southeast corner could start construction this summer.

It will be the city of Chino’s first grocery store and its third Stater Bros. market, joining those at 4721 Riverside Drive (at Yorba Avenue) and 6989 Schaefer Avenue (at Euclid Avenue).

Hundreds of jobs will be created for Chino residents due to the new store, many of which will offer wages above minimum wage and health benefits. The store will provide a total of 150 positions.

Chino’s community is thrilled about the opening of Stater Bros. Markets and looks forward to welcoming them to their community!


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    Sharjeel joined Startempire Wire as emerging technologies editor. Earlier, he worked at Silicon Canals, a leading English language technology media source for the Benelux and wider Europe. He covered the European technology and startup ecosystem digging into latest funding rounds of startups.


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