A first-ever fruits and vegetables community mural will take center stage at the grand reopening festivities of Los Angeles-based Superior Grocers’ newly renovated store in Los Angeles on February 9, 2013.
In conjunction, there will be a special celebration to recognize the first community mural project completed in collaboration with councilwoman’s Jan Perry’s office, students from The Accelerated School – Wallis Annenberg High School and mural artist Andre Miripolsky.
“We have been part of this community for over 30 years and are excited to offer our customers a new and improved shopping experience with our newly renovated store,” said Mimi Song, president /CEO of the Los Angeles-based Superior Grocers, one of Southern California’s largest independent supermarket chains.
The fruits & veggies mural was developed to help promote the grocer’s commitment to health and wellness while also beautifying the surrounding community., Perry’s office and mural artist Andre Miripolsky.
“It was my great pleasure teaming up with the talented art students of Wallace Annenberg High School to create a public mural project with a positive and healthy message wrapped up in awesome wondercolor,” said Miripolsky,
The recognition event will take place on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, at 9:30am at Superior Grocers store located on 7316 S. Compton Ave, Los Angeles. The celebration will also offer free health services and wellness information to its customers throughout the day.
With 39 stores, Superior Grocers is a privately-held independent supermarket chain that prides itself on providing superior quality, superior savings and superior value to communities that it serves.