Bashas’ recently opened the doors toits completely remodeled and remerchandised supermarket in Kingman, Ariz., also known as the “Heart of the Historic Route 66.” Located at 3360 E. Andy Devine Ave., the store originally opened in Kingman on Oct. 15, 1980. “The store had not gotten a major remodel since the mid-’90s, when it expanded into the open, available retail space next to it. So it was perfect time to revitalize the store and bring in a brand-new Starbucks kiosk,” said Ashley Shick, director of communications and public affairs for Bashas’. The store is also host to expanded offerings in bakery, grab-and-go, bulk foods and more. Click through to learn more.
The Kingman store, which did not close during the remodel, has six brand-new self-checkout stations for customers wanting to skip the line. Also at the front end of the store are new front entrance doors, public restrooms and grocery carts. For customers who want to skip the store altogether, nearby residents can also opt to order their Bashas’ groceries online for curbside pickup or at-home delivery.
The remodeled store also has a wider selection of wine, spirits, beer and mixers.