Yesterday, in a statement, a locally-owned grocery store announced to close its doors after being in business for 30 years.
Two Rivers Grocery was a small business in the town of Big Sandy and the owner of the business said the following regarding the closure:
After 30 remarkable years, it is with both a heavy heart and a sense of gratitude that I must announce Two Rivers Grocery and Market will be closing its doors.
Two Rivers Grocery and Market aimed to provide quality groceries, exceptional customer service, and a welcoming environment.
Over the years, the store has embarked on an incredible journey, meeting numerous remarkable individuals and forming cherished relationships.
Keith Langston, who is the owner wants to thank all the customers for over the past 30 years:
We would like to express our deepest appreciation to our loyal customers. Without your unwavering support, we would not have thrived and grown throughout the years. You have welcomed us into your homes, shared your stories, and allowed us to be a part of your lives. We have witnessed moments of joy, celebrations, and sometimes even sorrow. From the friendly conversations at the checkout lines to the relationships that blossomed over the years, your patronage has meant more to us than words can express. Your faith in our store and the connections we have formed go far beyond business transactions; they have become the building blocks of a tight-knit community.
What do you think about the closure?