Roche Bros.' Brothers Marketplace division opened its fourth location in Duxbury, Mass. The opening ceremony was held Aug. 1. The 20,000-square-foot store specializes in locally produced items that are tailored for the neighborhood and were hand selected by the store's staff. Like at all Brothers Marketplace locations, customers will enjoy scratch-baked pastries and locally roasted coffee from the store’s bakery and coffee bar, along with an indoor seating area.
Official proclamations from the state government honoring the store's opening. Pictured from left: State Sen. Patrick O’Connor for Plymouth and Norfolk Counties; Ed Roche, co-owner and chairman of the board, Roche Bros.; Russell Blais, store director, Brothers Marketplace Duxbury; Rick Roche, co-owner and CEO, Roche Bros.; State Rep. Josh Cutler; and St. Rep. Kathleen LaNatra.
Several of Roche Bros.' leadership team where present at the Duxbury opening, including (from left) Roger Bowles, VP of operations; Kevin Barner, chief operating officer; John Melo, chief human resources officer; Rick Roche, co-owner and CEO; and Arthur Ackles, VP of merchandising and buying.
A calendar highlights the days of in-store demonstrations and other local events. “We have been so touched by the warm welcome we are receiving from the town,” said Roche. “I hope our new neighborhood market becomes a fixture of this historic town and a favorite shopping and dining experience for the community.”
Located at 46 Depot Street in Duxbury’s historic district at Hall’s Corner, the new 20,000-square-foot store is open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.