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16 Sweetbay stores to close for a week, reopen as Winn-Dixies

Sixteen Tampa Bay area Sweetbay stores will close on March 29 and reopen April 4 as Winn-Dixie stores, parent company Bi-Lo Holdings LLC announced Wednesday.

The move comes as Bi-Lo, the parent company of Winn-Dixie, implements its purchase of 165 Sweetbay, Harveys and Reid's supermarkets from their Delhaize America parent. The stores are expected to start clearance sales of Sweetbay-branded products next week.

The affected stores locally are:

• 10579 Big Bend Road, Riverview

• 6929 U.S. 301 S, Riverview

• 16751 Fishhawk Blvd., Lithia

• 2535 State Road 60 E, Valrico

• 205 W Alexander St., Plant City

• 10202 Seminole Blvd., Seminole

• 6851 Gulfport Blvd., South Pasadena

• 2139 34th St. N, St. Petersburg

• 7625 Blind Pass Road, St. Petersburg

• 515 Seventh St., Palmetto

• 5805 Manatee Ave., Bradenton

• 252 Harbor Village Lane, Apollo Beach

• 1023 N Tamiami Trail, Ruskin

• 7491 Fourth St. N, St. Petersburg

• 3327 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. N, St. Petersburg

• 11230 Martin Luther King Blvd., Seffner

16 Sweetbay stores to close for a week, reopen as Winn-Dixies 03/19/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 7:43pm]
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