Company Says New Superior Super One Shows Commitment to Community

Updated: 04/14/2014 11:09 PM
Created: 04/14/2014 11:05 PM

Even though the doors opened Sunday, Monday was the official ribbon-cutting for the new Super One location in Superior.

Members of the Miner's family and the Superior-Douglas County Chamber attended the event.

The new $12 million dollar store on Highway 2 replaces two smaller stores in Superior. 

It has taken more than four years to get to this point, and the company says it shows commitment to the community.

"On behalf of our family and our entire team we're really proud to have this day finally come to be here," Patrick Miner said, a store director with Miner's Inc. "It's taken the effort from an incredible amount of people, talented people, to be able to finally see this opening come to fruition."

The store is connected to an Essentia Health pharmacy and clinic. Both are expected to open next week.

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