Gordy's County Market opening store in Rice Lake


Chippewa Falls, WI – Gordy’s County Market has announced that it will be opening its 10th location in Rice Lake, WI. The new 61,000-square-foot store will take over the majority of the former K-Mart store space and bring new life to 2601 South Main Street. Construction is estimated to take 4-5 months and the store will open in early summer.

President Jeff Schafer is excited about being able to bring great value and high quality meat, produce, deli and bakery departments to Rice Lake. “We are honored to have the opportunity to serve the customers of Rice Lake,” Schafer said. “We plan on offering our high quality products at the bottom line prices we have become known for.”

When completed, the new Gordy’s County Market location will bring an estimated 100 jobs to the community of Rice Lake. Customers can expect the same great quality and features as other Gordy’s locations.

Customers can look forward to a full-service Deli, Gordy’s homemade Smokehouse Meats, Bakery, Grocery, Produce and Meat departments. The new location will also feature a Gordy’s Valley Spirits liquor department offering the same bottom line pricing and value that customers have come to expect. “The new location has a lot to offer, but our dedication to customer service will remain the same,” says Schafer. “This expansion will allow us to serve the citizens of Rice Lake and the surrounding communities with quality products, friendly employees, and community involvement.”

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