Pay Less Super Markets
|Founder||H. J. ‘‘Bud’’ Contos|
Number of locations
|Products||Bakery, dairy, deli, floral, frozen food, general grocery, hot food, housewares, liquor, meat, pet supplies, pharmacy, produce, seafood, snacks, stationery|
|Parent||The Kroger Company|
The company was founded by H. J. Contos in 1947 in Anderson, Indiana. In 1960, a second store was opened in Lafayette, Indiana. Contos died in 1961, and the company was taken over by his son, Larry D. Contos. The company was acquired by The Kroger Company in 1999. Kroger today continues to operate the Pay Less banner under its central division, which includes Owen's Market.
- "Kroger to merge with Pay Less Super Markets Inc. in Indiana" (Press release). Kroger. December 1, 1999.
- Cox, Katie (July 20, 2017). "Kroger to renovate and reopen 7 former Marsh stores, hire hundreds of former Marsh employees". WRTV.
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