According to the recent statement by the Marcus & Millichap. Who closed the Kroger sale, a 51,443-square-foot net leasehold property in Mount Gilead, Ohio. The asset sold for $ 3.39 million.
Furthermore, the buyer, a publicly traded REIT, was protected and represented by Dustin Javitsch, Craig Fuller, Erin Patton and Scott Wiles. Specializing in investing in Marcus and Millichap offices in Cleveland and Columbus.
The Kroger is located at 555 W. Marion Street in Mount Gilead. During the month of April, Kroger customers can round off their purchases or choose to donate any amount chosen to help fund local litter reduction and revitalize public spaces. All proceeds near Keep Toledo / Lucas County Beautiful will benefit.
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- Kroger is hosting Spring Food Drive in collaboration with FOX13
The Kroger Zero Hunger Company the Zero Waste Foundation is partnering with Keep America Beautiful for a nationwide campaign that will respond directly to local cleaning affiliates.
While, the conservation of beautiful Toledo / Lucas County is estimated annually as: More than 9,000 bags, 4,500 pairs of gloves, 275 safety jackets and 800 litter tweezers were distributed to volunteer groups to clean up the trash. Provided 5,000 event boxes for garbage collection or recycling. Helping 67 schools recycle paper throughout the year. Providing recycling services and converting waste into compost on occasions, and diverting about 5 tons of recyclable materials from landfills. Educating 1,500 adults on how to recycle properly with a goal of serving 5,000 young people as well. Diverted more than 25,000 pounds of hard-to-recycle items from landfills like Styrofoam, campaign tags, shrink wrap, candy wrappers, and pumpkins. According to the organization, household waste has increased by up to 30% over the past year. Now what is your take on this? Let us know in the comment section below!