King Soopers is a chain of full-service multidepartment stores that offers a range of grocery, deli, meat, seafood and general merchandise products. It offers products from various companies, including Lipton, Celestial Seasonings, Quisp, Terra, Morton Salt, Pacific Chai, Hormel Foods and Estee Lauder. The company offers a variety of food items, such as ground beef, salmon fillets, salad dressings, bone steaks, potato chips, skinless chicken breasts and beef patties. In addition, the company provides a variety of services, including gift cards, photo processing and prepaid debit cards. In addition, some of its stores operate pharmacy, bakery and bookstore departments. It is a part of The Kroger Company, which maintains more than 2,400 stores in over 30 states throughout the United States. King Soopers maintains a location in Arvada, Colo.
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Your commercials on TV state that your people make the difference, well your Gary Quintana really was over the top. On June 10th I was looking to purchase a Franklin 7 piece patio set. You did not have one but that only started Gary on a challenge to locate one for me. He then had it picked up and delivered to my house. Your store deserves so much credit for employing a gentleman like Gary. Our shopping habits will be changing as we will frequent your store because of your people.
<br>Larry Schamp 055/10/2015
PatBollo is obviously a lazy person who is flirting with schizophrenia.
<br>The store is great. It carries everything. Prices are always competitive, and with coupons I get better deals here than I ever did at Costco. On top of that I get fuel points for the gas station just down 80th on Sheridan as well.
<br>If walking too much is a serious complaint nowadays, here are some solutions:
<br>1. Use one of their electronic carts that you can sit in and drive for as long as you like.
<br>2. Order your groceries online, and have one of their associates shop for you and then deliver it to you your house (not making this up btw)
<br>3. UNDERSTAND THAT WALKING IS NOT ACTUALLY A VALID TASK TO COMPLAIN ABOUT WHEN GROCERY SHOPPING AND STOP BEING A LAZY DISGRACE TO AMERICAN SOCIETY.
<br>If I can get in and out of this place with 2 carts full of groceries and baby items with a coupon for pretty much everything, you can do the same or better.
If Kings put a fraction of their huge marketing dollars into a better architect, perhaps this stores layout wouldnt feel like it was designed by a man who obviously never shopped for groceries in his entire life. But now that this store is 'SUPERSIZED', and the advertising for the grand opening is to the point of Overkill (on TV, Radio, Newspaper, Direct Mail, and I think I saw a helicopter over my house dropping more coupons) it is too late. FIrst of all they put isles and isles of Household goods smack in the middle, therefore forcing you to walk a 1/4 mile extra just to go from buying lettuce to milk. An even BIGGER mistake is that they put the Freezer dept in the middle towards the back. HELLO! Most stores put the freezer section at one end of the store or the other, or at least near the checkout, since most people buy the frozen products LAST to prevent the ice cream, etc from melting. But no this store forces you to either buy the Frozen goods during the middle of your 'route', and then since you still got a 1/2 mile to walk to get the Tylenol which you will sorely need at this point, then the Ice cream will be melted. Oh I suppose you could skip the Freezer section and walk three Football fields back and forth in order to buy the Frozen items last. But by now I really need the Tylenol and some Alka Seltzer to calm my frustration. Oh well I can always sit on the couches which are odd for a grocery store to have, to rest since it will feel like I've walked ten miles just to do my regular shopping, but the little kids on the couch were busy picking out spilled jelly beans from the crack of the couch. I might as well WALK the ten miles from my house, to SAFEWAY and back, and at least feel like I got the excersize by my choice, and not forced on me by a rediculously designed layout.