ShopRite of Huntington's Grand Opening
ShopRite of Huntington opened its new store recently to scores of shoppers eager to see the newly designed store and ready to start shopping. Many mentioned how happy they were about the store's arrival.
Because of the number of early arrivals, the doors had to open before the 7 a.m. opening. Once inside, this is the decor that greeted them.
The Greenfield family has six ShopRite stores on Long Island. They picked Huntington Commons carefully, knowing the community's need for a quality supermarket.
Customers were eager to see what was coming to the location after another food market closed.
Many shoppers were vocal about liking the store's streamlined and modern look. The striking murals fabricated and installed by Off The Wall throughout the store incorporate an authentic wood and tile look.
Other murals, such as the chocolate colored vinyl wall-covering in the nuts and candy department are truly eyecatching. This one is situated right next to the store's entrance.
At the opening, the Greenfields were presented with a proclamation welcoming the store to the town by Councilwoman Joan Cergol and Andrea Golinsky, a Huntington Station Business District member.
The final touch was when store employees finally removed the large banner from the front of the building that read, "Coming Soon."
Off The Wall has over 40 years of experience designing, fabricating, and installing beautiful and value-engineered decor.